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Bracing for the future
In an address to students, Principal Bernard Shapiro warned that McGill might not be able to continue to be the university it wants to be. Students' Society executive Clara Peron relayed the things that are on students' minds.
Jewish teaching bolstered
Thanks to a million-dollar gift, McGill should soon be in a position to do something about the chronic shortage of teachers for Jewish schools.
Let's make a deal circa 2000 BCE
Business history didn't start with Bill Gates. It even extends past Henry Ford. For instance, that Muhammad was a shrewd operator.
The latest on landmines
Susan Walker from the Nobel Peace Prize-winning International Committee to Ban Landmines offered an update on the campaign to make these killing machines a thing of the past.
October 1970, first-hand
Law professor William Tetley lost a friend and a fellow member of Robert Bourassa's cabinet when the FLQ murdered Pierre Laporte during the October Crisis. When it comes to the War Measures Act, Tetley has few regrets.
Pressed into service
They work long hours in dingy quarters, but McGill's student journalists get a charge out of giving people on campus something to talk about. The training they receive opens doors for them once they graduate.
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