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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The Unquestioned Assumption

Within the Faculty of Management, there is an assumption that is at the heart of our learning and yet is never explicitly stated. It is an assumption that has profound implications, both for our education and society as a whole. It is this very assumption that is tearing the fabric…

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Who is the Real Donald Trump?

Donald Trump, whose fame and celebrity has suddenly been elevated by his hit television show The Apprentice, deserves far less reverence than he is credited with. Much of our fixation with The Donald is due to his infamous comb-over and the ostentatious lifestyle. However, there are far more significant…

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Before the Post-Graduate, We Must Face the Post-Frosh

Frosh ended. We got introduced to our teachers, started our courses and the next morning, BANG, midterms already! Unfortunately, we First-Years have to adapt quickly to McGill’s rigorous academic schedule.

Before we know it, we will be writing our finals and thinking about the Christmas holidays. Everything is…

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Tongue-lashings from T

Ah the bubble of Bronfman High. Honestly, how many of us venture outside the confines of this building?

I know of a few individuals who have never stepped foot inside McGill’s legendary Arts Building, who don’t know what NCS is, who have no idea where FDA is and…

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Consumers Targeted Once Again

As if the troubles associated with the information age are not enough, marketers in collaboration with neuroscientists are making another breakthrough. This time however, humans are the guinea pigs for their experimentation.

Experts are analyzing the brain’s reactions to specific advertisements in their million-dollar laboratories. The ultimate goal…

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