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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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Violence Escalates in Ghetto

4 am. Sunday morning. After a crazy night of Hip Hop dancing, I am walking quietly on Sherbrooke Street, making my way home.

I am coming up to Aylmer Street. Instantly, my eyes start itching. A police car is parked, with its lights on. A carbon haze surrounds the corner…

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Aiding Youth for Life in Africa

Renowned psychiatrist, Dr. Thomas Hora, once said “…there is only one way to cope with life, namely, to find that system of values which would not be subject to fashionable trends.”

My weary eyes gazed towards the full moon setting across the national airport in Eastern Dar es Salaam…

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Opportunity for Growth or Moral Failure?

Besides random insurgencies or occasional hostage situations, war in Iraq has received less and less media coverage as of late. Certainly, regular in-depth analysis of the Iraqi situation persists, but now that the ‘shock and awe’ television-ready invasions are over, the topic has dropped off many peoples’ radar…

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Reinstating the Basic T-shirt with a Tang of Controversy

Meet Dov Charney, the king of his self-established clothing kingdom: American Apparel (AA). Once seen as a teen selling t-shirts on street corners, his company is revolutionizing seemingly standard corporate politics.

In an industry that appears to emphasise the essential dependence on outsourcing to promote profitability, his model…

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Too Many Books a Bad Thing?

Those who have frequented book stores since September 11th, specifically over the past year, have certainly seen a dramatic change in the types of books displayed in the windows. More so, it now seems like all the titles dominating the New York Times Bestsellers List derive from the same genre…

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