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Visualization techniques in shaping food habits

McGill psychology professor Baerbel Knaeuper’s research on the role of visualization techniques in shaping food habits has fast become the latest fad in the multi-billion dollar weight loss industry. The basic idea is to have people try to imagine what and how much they are going to eat in detail before meals. In the pursuit… Keep Reading

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Spring break: wooo!!!

Until about 5 a.m. on Saturday, February 19, I’d never seen the ocean. I’d seen pictures of it, of course, and I went to Cancun when I was eight years old, but neither really counts. My apprehension towards tropical places was amplified by the hordes of inexcusable “douchebags” I had heard populate such places. If… Keep Reading

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Cathal Rooney-Céspedes

After much deliberation, the Tribune endorses Cathal Rooney-Céspedes for the position of Students’ Society president. Although we were divided on the decision, the majority of the editorial board ultimately believes he will be most effective in implementing needed changes within SSMU. He is a candidate that understands the limitations of both the role of the… Keep Reading

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Facebook and what it offers

Every morning when I wake up, I reach down for my laptop, which sits beside my bed on the floor, and I check Facebook. I have already checked Facebook immediately before falling asleep—that’s why my laptop is so close. But as each day brings new possibilities, so I hope Facebook will, too. In reality, it… Keep Reading

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SSMU Election Endorsements

After watching last week’s debates, inerviewing each candidate, and rigorous debate, the McGill Tribune Editorial Board humbly presents our sixth annual SSMU election endorsements. This year’s election differs from past years in that all but one of the positions is contested. This means that students have a real choice. We hope you will keep our… Keep Reading

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A response to the critics

In my last column, I expressed some of my thoughts on the Egyptian revolution. I was initially surprised by the comments and letters which seemed primarily to be personal attacks on me, my religion, and my political beliefs. But as I read through them, I also found many that were respectfully written and constructively critical.… Keep Reading

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Lauren Hudak – VP University Affairs

What do you think would be the most important issues facing the VP UA next year? One of them will be tuition for sure, it has been shown that tuition increases seem to be inevitable for this upcoming year, however as VP UA I will definitely take a very hard stand against tuition hikes, but… Keep Reading

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Ex-Mandela cabinet minister Naidoo asks big questions

Alice Walker After a warm introduction, Jay Naidoo, clad in a dress shirt and leather jacket, addressed a collection of about 100 students who gathered in the Bronfman Management Building on Thursday evening. “What do you want to talk about? Well … OK, what does the future hold?” At an event organized by the International… Keep Reading

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Shyam Patel – VP Finance & Operations

What experience do you bring to this position? I feel that being funding coordinator is a privilege, because not only do I have administrative experience in the sense that I know the whole staff, and I know how the system inside the office works. I’ve also gone to many Council meetings, which provides me with… Keep Reading

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Canada wins bronze in British global immigration study

On February 28, the British Council and the Migration Policy Group published a study that ranked Canada third in the world for its policies on immigrant integration. The study compared Canada to 29 other countries, including all European Union member states as well as Norway, Switzerland, and the United States.   The British Council and… Keep Reading

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