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Archives for the month of April 2014

  • What We Can Reap from RapDvir Cahana •April 27, 2014

    Audio of a rant that collides with the traditional view that rap has no place in refined and cultured society, showing that rap can be used in a positive and uplifting manner and as a powerful tool. 

  • The Truth about “Generation Wise”Students from “Know Thyself” Winter 2014•April 27, 2014

    Previous generations conformed to certain standards. Now those standards are about to conform to us.

  • Let Them Eat Dog: Adventures Teaching in ChinaSusannah Fisher interviewed by Laurence B. Robillard•April 27, 2014

    Every thought of teaching English as a Second Language overseas? Hear from a Dawson grad who did!

  • Fishing Line, SupermaterialMichael Ralph•April 26, 2014

    For years, biologists and engineers alike have been trying to replicate and even enhance muscle for a range of applications. Well what if the solution to such a complex problem was simple, already existed and could be easily manufactured by anyone with at least one arm? It does.

  • Muon Scattering Tomography: a Healing Method for the Fukushima Nuclear Scar?Anne-Marie Langlois•April 26, 2014

    Tiny particles called muons may be at the core of one of the most fascinating and cutting-edge innovations in the field of nuclear waste imaging.

  • submergenceSumaya Ugas•April 26, 2014

    my mother told me of survival and tragedy occurring on italian coasts from a small age. october 2013 was not the first.

  • The Death of “Because” and the Reign of ReasonNicholas Lénart•April 26, 2014

    A discussion of the anti-gay propaganda law enacted in Russia. 

  • Teenage RunawayHannah Gerber•April 25, 2014

    Existential questions of meaning and opportunity collide as one girl ventures into adulthood.

  • Profiles: Taylor WilsonAnne Marie Langlois & Justine Beaudoin•April 25, 2014

    Inspiring the youth to love physics, Taylor Wilson is renowned across the global scientific community for being the youngest person to successfully build a nuclear fusion reactor when he was only 14 years old.

  • Collisions: Unraveling the Mysteries of the UniverseEvent Date: Wednesday, April 23, 2014

    In this talk, Brigitte Vachon, a Particle Physicist from McGill University, explores fundamental questions in the universe and in the laboratory.

  • The Crazy OnesKP•April 23, 2014

    A criticism on society's perception of the mentally ill and the stigma that goes along with it.

  • Medicine and Morality: A Battle of the Modern WorldMaxime Masson•April 22, 2014

     In his book War and Peace, Leo Tolstoy depicts a set of moral choices which current and future physicians ought to contemplate.

  • Animal Lovers, Keep On Lovin’Justine Beaudoin-Poulin•April 21, 2014

    An innovative way of dealing with final exam stress: petting. As in, kittens and puppies. 

  • Old EuropeOliver Falcon Smith•April 9, 2014

    A surreal stranger comes to town (fiction)

  • Dark LullabiesEvent Date: Monday, April 1, 2014

    Dark Lullabies chronicles the journey of a child of Holocaust survivors as she travels to Germany to interview the children of Nazi perpetrators.