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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Letters to the Editors - Consume less* consume better

I spent my first three years at McGill in the Faculty of Arts, where socially-conscientious, progressive socialists abound, labelled Management students as ignorant, homogeneous and ethically irresponsible capitalists.

Now a full-fledged B.Com student, I know first-hand that we are not all greedy corporate climbers with no…

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Letters to the Editors - Prisoner of Management

Being that this is my graduating semester in McGill Management, I feel I have the entitlement and experience to critique the faculty’s policies on required courses.

As a native Montrealer, I understand the plight of the Quebec student. Due to the CEGEP system, we have one less year of…

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Ms. Stewart: martyr or monster?

As we slip back into fall semester once again, I’d like to take a moment to reflect on how important my family is in bringing a sense of perspective to the views that I’ve developed whilst living in this idealistic, ivory towered compound that is my university life…

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Extreme consumerism

The extent of marketing for fashion products is unquestionable. For years, marketers have been luring youngsters into buying $200 dirty denim and $100 silky smooth shirts. If there is a demand, there will be a supply. Hence, it follows that thousands of people tail the fashion trend by purchasing Puma…

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Editorial - Marcy Ben-Ami

As your newly-appointed Editor-in-Chief, I realise that I have at my disposal a powerful instrument. I have agreed to harbour the tremendous responsibility of providing you, the students, with unbiased and current information. I would like to think of myself as being an extension of your body…

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