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ELINE McGill: Academics, Engagement, and Inclusion

By Maxim Vitale (on behalf of ELINE)   In contrast to the rest of STEM, post-secondary engineering education suffers from a disconnect between the theory required of academic degrees and the practicality required of professional degrees, failing to meet what is demanded by both. Within the McGill EUS, a new committee founded this year strives to

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Lifestyle

The Pandemic Cooking School

By Abhimukth Chaudhuri and Sharon Kattar   It’s 2021 and if your new year’s resolution is “I’m going to cook more and eat out less,” we are going to help you. This is a great resolution because it has so many layers to it. Firstly, by eating out less you are going to save so

SciTech

THE BOEING 737 MAX

By Mfoniso Ipke and Jane Lee   What is the Boeing 737 Max Series? The Boeing 737 Max Series is an aircraft series which entered service in 2017. It was meant to be an “updated version” of the Boeing 737 New Generation series, running at fuel-efficient, low-operating costs. Due to the design similarities between the

Entertainment

The Queen’s Gambit is a Must Watch and Here’s Why

by Ann Trinh   I am definitely not the first person to try my hand at convincing you to watch Scott Frank and Allan Scott’s The Queen’s Gambit. This nicely packaged 7-episode Netflix miniseries, released on October 23rd of 2020, is the tale of a chess prodigy climbing the ranks in the world of 64-squares

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