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Students get lessons in hate and gratitude

For any Holocaust survivor, the list of challenges faced were numerous and endless.

Learning summit will seek ways to keep high school students engaged

In the elementary years, children often enjoy school and learning is fun.

Chris Hadfield was so down to earth, he even told a little joke about flatulence in zero gravity.  But showing his human side only added to the sheen as the retired Canadian astronaut and newly minted professor made a surprise appearance Friday in a first-year geography class at the University of Waterloo. Read more: www.therecord.com/news-story/4897126--you-feel-like-giddy-hadfield-tells-students-about-life-in-space/

Chris Hadfield was so down to earth, he even told a little joke about flatulence in zero gravity.

Khmerization ខែ្មរូបនីយកម្ម: Canadian’s lucky iron fish saves lives in Cambodia

Graduate student Christopher Charles has found a unique way to combat iron-deficiency in Cambodian villages: a smiling iron fish which, when placed in a cook pot, infuses a meal with life-saving iron.

For the third year in a row, a Guelph student has won the Harry C. Maynard Scholarship for a classics essay. Third-year history and philosophy student Justin Singer won the contest with his essay, “The Guardians of the Earth: The Implementation of the Platonic Principle of Justice for the Protection of the Natural World.” Singer's paper draws on ancient and modern approaches to discuss environmental protection.

Essay looks at how the past can help solve today's problems

On Saturday September 8, join University of Guelph students and others from the University community in a World Record Event to Fight Hunger. Our goal is to beat last year’s world record and pack 200,000 meals in one hour for areas in need.    Time: 1:00 pm- 2pm (registration opens at 12:00 pm)    Location:  Johnston Green (corner of Gordon St. and College Ave.)    Rain Location: Field House

On Saturday September join University of Guelph students, alumni and others from the University community in a World Record Event to Fight Hunger. Our goal is to beat last year’s world record and pack meals in one hour for areas in need.

Kitchener school mourns after student dies from illness

Staff and students at Cameron Heights Collegiate are mourning the loss of one of their own.

Double lung transplant recipient Hélène Campbell danced with her doctors and her mother Manon, right,  in a dance during her news conference May 24, 2012.

Double-lung recipient dances on Ellen show

Double lung transplant recipient Hélène Campbell danced with her doctors and her mother Manon, right, in a dance during her news conference May

Cambridge darts league a cause for smiles say players, volunteers

Cambridge darts league a cause for smiles say players, volunteers

Rita Levi-Montalcini, who has died aged 103, overcame racial and sexual prejudice to become a leading neurobiologist and one of the handful of women scientists to win a Nobel Prize.  Her triumph came in 1986, when she shared the Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine with her student, the biochemist Stanley Cohen, for their contributions to the understanding of growth factors in human development.

Rita Levi-Montalcini

Rita Levi-Montalcini was an Italian neurologist who, together with colleague Stanley Cohen, received the 1986 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for their discovery of nerve growth factor.

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