A news paper clipping accompanies the cassette. It is an extract of the Globe and Mail (May 30 th, 1991) p. A16. It mentionnes " Mistess of arts: Carolyn Gammon, a creative-writtin student, has tried unsuccessfully to get Concordia University to grant her this postgraduate degree in English. Contending the term "master" is sexist, Ms Gammon said: "I feel they have missed a chance to make a prowoman, pro-feminist statement." (A committee of the university has recommended that if adopt gender-neutral degree titles such as baccalaureate, magisteriate and doctorate.)".