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May 29, 2008
  Students fixing schools in GhanaPDF files may take a moment to load

In only four weeks time, 20 Canadian students will head off to Africa in an attempt to help fix the ailing Ghanaian education system. The students are traveling for six weeks with the World University Service of Canada.

WUSC spokesperson Emily Chartrand explained the organization was a network of individuals and post-secondary institutions that came together to help developing nations. The Canadian students are taking part in their international seminar which sends a group to a different developing country each year.

May 29, 2008
  No more guessing for paleontologistsPDF files may take a moment to load

A gap in the fossil record roughly 300 million years ago had scientists puzzling over the origins of modern frogs and salamanders. This gap has now been filled with a recent discovery by a University of Calgary assistant professor.


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