Some at Umsl Believe Now Is Time for Canadian Studies
Harry Levins Of the Post-Dispatch, St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)
Today is Canada Day. It's our neighbor's counterpart to the Fourth of July, and it's also a matter of crashing indifference to most St. Louisans.
But not to some people with clout at the University of Missouri at St. Louis.
There, those people hope to set up a Canadian studies program, the first of any size in the Midwest.
Why St. Louis? After all, the region sits more than 600 miles from the Canadian border. (For that matter, the nearest slice of Mexico lies 850 miles away. In the entire United States, you can't get much farther from an international border than St. Louis.)
No matter, says Tom McPhail, UMSL's interim associate vice chancellor for …
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