Marianopolis World Review
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Columns

Meng Wanzhou for Michael (and Michael)

28/06/2020

Written by Anson Yeh Edited by Bhromor Rahman Our world is constantly striving to develop new technologies. The last two decades have seen a technological revolution at a speed unimaginable since the invention of the steam engine; in my short lifetime, I have witnessed …


Columns

The Price of Privacy

27/06/2020

Written by Eric Yuan and Kevin Gu Edited by Anson Yeh With the never-ending advancements in our society since the industrial revolution, progress has been unidirectional with minimal sign of changing course. Innovation is synonymous with speed and efficiency. Humanity has grown to constantly …



Columns

Canada is (at the) back!

21/06/2020

Written by Anson Yeh Edited by Bhromor Rahman The night of the 2015 Federal election, during his victory speech, Justin Trudeau declared that ‘‘Canada is back’’ presumably as an active participant in the international community. After this Wednesday’s United Nations General Assembly vote, we …


Columns

Silence Kills

13/06/2020

Written by Daniel Yu Edited by Bhromor Rahman — Enough is enough. That is the message that the protesters are putting forward as they take to the streets to seek justice for the innocent black lives that were taken and to promote equality for …



Congress Weekly

Congress Weekly – May 15, 2020

16/05/2020

Written by Bhromor Rahman Edited by Aaron Gao Last week’s Congress was quite packed, to say the least. As more and more schools look to adapt to online classes long term – with McGill, Concordia, and Dawson having already announced an online Fall semester …