Cornett Memories

A memory can be shared as a photograph, a story, a poem, a limerick, or a video. Do you have an entertaining memory of your undergrad years in Cornett? Are you a faculty member with a story about teaching in the Cornett?

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Making Cornett Smelly
Submitted by Reg Mitchell on Wednesday, February 9, 2011

My Chem 300 class had been scheduled in Cornett rather than in the more convenient (for scientists) Elliott building. I contacted scheduling to ask t Read More...

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Accounting with Kash
Submitted by Whitney Punchak on Wednesday, February 2, 2011

My favourite memory of Cornett is the day I met Kash and his owner Tess. I was lulling to sleep during my accounting class when I heard a dog bark. (N Read More...

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Lost in the halls.
Submitted by Wayne Gray on Thursday, January 20, 2011

In 1984, my provincial exam results did not arrive until the first week of the new university year. That resulted in a late start for my school year a Read More...

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My Cornett Home
Submitted by Glen Tickner on Sunday, December 5, 2010

1975 was my third year of university. Working hard to keep marks up, with no money or social life, I had university life down to a science of utilitar Read More...

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The Brain
Submitted by Dianna Porter on Monday, November 29, 2010

Cornett reminds me of big dreams, big friendships, and colossal failures.

Every section has a memory. Room B107 bright red lipstick and frantic Read More...

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The Wall
Submitted by Alison Farquhar on Friday, November 26, 2010

One of the most legendary stories of the Cornett building is The Wall. In the early 70s there was a group of mostly geography students who were certa Read More...

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Campus Icon ~ The Cornett
Submitted by Stella Chan on Tuesday, November 9, 2010

In the mid-1960's to 1970's, the Cornett Building, formerly known as the Social Sciences Complex, was once the shiny icon of campus.

Over the pas

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First People To Move Into Cornett
Submitted by Otfried Spreen on Tuesday, November 9, 2010

I was one of the first people moving from the old Young building into Cornett, together with Bill Gaddes. Bill and Lex Milton had carefully planned th Read More...

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a surprise
Submitted by rennie warburton on Thursday, November 4, 2010

In the early eighties I returned from a summer vacation. As soon as I entered my office I felt something was not quite right.

I started to open so

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Cornet, I loathe/love you
Submitted by jamie carballo on Wednesday, November 3, 2010

It has felt like ages since construction workers, garbage bins, and the endless amount of saws, hammers and screwdrivers have been present in the infa Read More...

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