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Writing for the Tribune

After some (much) cajoling from one of my debate teammates, who also happens to be the Opinion editor at the McGill Tribune, I’ve started writing a biweekly column there. 15 more words

Occurrences

Useful at a better speed- McGill Tribune column

(for my final column, I decide to discuss  topic that concerns me deeply: trains.)

“Inter-city rail in North America is often far below the standards of other developed nations. 99 more words

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Understanding the role of social media- McGill Tribune column

(In which I discuss how social media has shaped our view of public opinion)

“With the rise of social networking as a viable medium for debate, political messaging has changed the way we view public opinion. 58 more words

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University Governance: Students and Stakeholders- McGill Tribune Column

(in which I discuss how a university administration should relate to students)

“McGill University, like all universities, has an administrative superstructure and an academic structure overlaid one on the other. 60 more words

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Cuts and an inconsequential conversation- McGill Tribune Column

(In which I look at a set of twin cuts; one to the provincial education budget, and one to McGill’s class catalog)

“At the beginning of last term, I wrote that this year would—hopefully—be free of the sort of acrimonious student politics that characterized 2011-2012 at McGill. 121 more words

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Divest what?- McGill Tribune Column

(In which I discuss why university divestment programs are a bad idea)

“A large part of the difference in the policy prescriptions that we see from the Left and Right can be attributed to the logic they apply to political and policy problems. 59 more words

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