McGill TechFair: An Honest Review

By Marie-Lynn Mansour On February 6th and 7th, a variety of companies, both big and small, set up their booths for the McGill TechFair. Hundreds of students attended, dressed their best, resumes in hand, waiting in line to talk to one of the dozens of company representatives present at the semi-annual event. Every semester at


SURE, why not?

by Brenda Shen As we celebrate the Ledger’s final issue of this year, this research spotlight aims to focus on all of the exciting research projects taking place in the next few months. Through the Summer Undergraduate Research in Engineering (SURE) program, hosted by the Faculty of Engineering, students are able to spend their summers


Engineering Creativity

By Kenji Marshall with Ethan Everly Last issue, Ethan Everly wrote an article about wellness in the context of McGill culture. He touched upon the importance of having diverse interests that can add to your life. This issue, we sat down with him to continue that conversation, and talk about the relevance of creativity in


Grounded: The Boeing 737 MAX 8 Situation Recapped

By Celia Hameury It all began on October 29th, 2018, when the first Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft crashed in the Java sea, 12 minutes after taking off from Jakarta. A total of 189 people were killed, including the Lion Air crew. As the deadliest airplane accident in Lion Air history and the second deadliest



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