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The Voice

The Voice is the collective presence of the writers who submit on behalf of the magazine. All praise to them!


CLASSIFIED SPACE: Students of AU may print classifieds in The Voice free of charge (maximum three per issue) as long as they are not representing a company or product. Classified ads should be submitted to the editor at with “?CLASSIFIED AD’ listed in the subject title. The Editor reserves the right to refuse any… Read more »

Sounding Off

Last week we asked readers to send us their feelings on the new Proposed AU tuition policy [see last week’s Over Extended for more information – v11 i11, March 12, 2003]. The topic for next week is: Rising tuition rates: Do you still feel that under the new tuition rates you are getting a better… Read more »


The Voice would like to apologize for the frequent server troubles that have plagued the html edition of the paper over the past 2 weeks. We think we have the problem solved now, and appreciate your patience while we worked on it.

VOICE Contest

The Voice is going through some changes. Soon the website will be updated and more new content will be introduced. In order to make the new Voice everything that you want it to be, we need your input. As a thank you for taking the time to comment, we’ll enter everyone who fills out our… Read more »

Scholarships and Awards

OLIVE W. GARVEY FELLOWSHIPS Value: Students up to the age of 35: First Prize: $2,500; Second Prize: $1,500; Third prize: $1,000 Junior faculty members not yet tenured: First Prize: $10,000; Second Prize: $5,000; Third Prize: $1,500 APPLICATION DEADLINE: MAY 1, 2003 Administrator: The Independent Institute Notes: Beginning with the 2002-2003 Contest, essay submissions may be… Read more »

ATTENTION: Psychology Students

Every Monday from 9:30 – 10:30 AM MST and Wednesday from 7-8 PM MST the Athabasca University Psychology Students’ Society gets together to chat about issues pertaining to the world of psychology at AU. Go to and log on the discussion forum link, from there click on Psychology at the top written in blue… Read more »


Join us in a city near you to hear the latest information on creating next-generation applications. Learn all about developing and accessing XML Web Services on the Windows .NET Framework and Shared Source CLI (Rotor). Be one of the first to check out new mobile device programming techniques and preview the upcoming Visual Studio .NET… Read more »