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The Walrus Talks Energy: Perspectives on Canada and global climate change

As one of the top five oil and natural gas producing countries, Canada shapes the global conversation on the future of energy and the related issue of global climate change. At The Walrus Talks Energy, eight presenters from a variety of professions discussed Canada’s perspective in the global energy economy. Christopher Ragan, McGill associate professor… Keep Reading

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Students opinions considered in McGill bookstore’s future

In Fall 2014, the McGill Bookstore announced its plan to move to a new, undetermined location on campus to allow the Faculty of Management to expand into the location by Winter 2016. In an effort to gain student perspective on potential changes, bookstore management installed white boards in various buildings around campus for students to… Keep Reading

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MUS announces resignation of president

On Oct. 27, the Management Undergraduate Society (MUS) announced that its president, Élie Lubendo, had resigned from his position. “Due to personal reasons, Élie, elected as the President and Chairman for a one-year term in February of 2015, tendered his resignation from this role on October 20th, 2015,” the MUS wrote in a letter that… Keep Reading

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McGill Faculty of Management hires first female dean

Following a 21-year tenure at George Washington University, Isabelle Bajeux-Besnainou has joined McGill University as the new dean of the Desautels Faculty of Management. Bajeux-Besnainou, a native of France, began her career in academia in at the University of Paris where she obtained her Bachelors of Business Administration and doctorate in Mathematics Applied to Finance.… Keep Reading

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Faculty of Management to move into McGill Bookstore

The McGill Bookstore will be repurposed to house the expansion of the Desautels Faculty of Management in Winter 2016 in a move to address the faculty’s space deficit, confirmed Vice President Michael Di Grappa at this weekend’s homecoming. The future location of the bookstore has yet to be decided. Keep Reading

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