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Advice from a Senior

Advice from a Senior

I remember walking into the Bronfman building for the first time in 2009. It was, to say…

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Summer School

If your idea of summer entails jet setting to new countries, shirking off any kind of academic responsibility and leading a life of relaxation and adventure, think again. For my part, I spent my summer in a challenging summer internship without ever stepping foot off McGill’s campus. Would I…

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Tennis on the Rise

The Faculty of Management comprises one third of the McGill Tennis Team. Three of the nine team players are Management’s own: Ceren Baysan, Andrea Drager and Alison Weinberg.

Andrea Drager is the team captain and a driving force, leading the team to great successes. A strong leader, she has…

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The Old Girls' Club

It amazes me that it took until the year 2004 for the Faculty of Management to establish its first organisation purely for women in business. Queen’s University has an undergraduate society for women in business, as do most other universities in North America. With the increasing number of women…

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Transforming* Guiding* Leading* Teaching Youth in the Far East

“Many things can wait. Children cannot. Today, their bones are being formed, their blood is being made, their senses are being developed. To them, we cannot say ‘tomorrow’. Their name is today.”

—Gabriela Mistral, Chilean teacher 1899 — 1957

Having spent every summer either working or studying, I was…

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Who's Too Old for Halloween?

Ah Halloween — the celebration of witches and goblins, ghosts and zombies, werewolves and superheroes. The holiday when young children in Canada, the US and the British Isles gorge themselves with amassed candy and older kids (i.e, us) loathe them for it.

Halloween has a simple past; it descends…

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