Opinion

The (Milton) Gates of Hell

The (Milton) Gates of Hell

The Berlin Wall. The U.S.-Mexico border. The thick layer of insect repellent that lines the…

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Graduates and the 21st Century Skillset

I want a job. Oh god do I want a job. Words cannot express how badly I want a job. However since I am not in the Faculty of Management, Engineering or Science, few companies have come knocking on my door and the search for employment has become a slightly…

23 Oct 4:44 PM 7 Read More...

Your Cell Phone is Pissing Me Off

Picture this.
You’re ten minutes into an uncomfortably packed 300-person lecture on Something-Required-For-Your-Major. The professor presents a slideshow containing exactly the information you need to pass your midterm. All of a sudden, a classmate raises his/her smartphone into the air to take a…

18 Oct 3:42 PM 13 Read More...

Bringing Chalk to a SmartBoard Fight

 
An institution of higher learning must strive to provide a continuously improving level of education to its students. McGill has unfortunately been falling short. Between the annual zealous postings of the QS rankings to the continued sale of “Harvard: America’s McGill” shirts, McGill administration is desperately trying to…

16 Oct 2:00 PM 4 Read More...

A Moral Compass Made of Money

SOPHIA SUNDERJI
Opinion Writer

Sustainability is all the rage. At long last, citizens are insisting on a moral standard for the products they consume and the services they use. We’ve seen the light and have been transformed into good Samaritans. So naturally, corporations should cross over too. However, in…

15 Oct 2:00 PM 12 Read More...

The Curious Case of the Inequitable Curve

Christie Wei, Opinion Writer
How many management students does it take to screw in a light bulb?
Two–one to screw it in, and another to push down the ladder. You can always tell a management student when you meet one: the firm handshake, the self-assured grin, and the…

13 Oct 2:55 PM 26 Read More...