| Benjamin Rudski |

To be honest, at first, I did not want to write this article.  I usually like to keep quiet, hiding behind my satirical quips, not wanting to offend either side. In this polarised world, I did not want to be a polarising figure, but rather one who could bring a little levity to some of the more serious events in the news. But then I realised that, as somebody born in the United States, as a Canadian, as a lover of freedom and democracy, and most importantly, as an observant Jew and the grandson of a refugee, I could not remain silent.

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| Amanda Massarelli |

Enrolling in College can be difficult for anyone. Students are expected to juggle the pressure of maintaining good grades, the hope in meeting new friends, the competition in athletics and the desire to be the best that they can be. This is especially true for First Years at Marianopolis, a school in which students aim high and the word “stress” is only an understatement.

| Lela Eromobor |
Tuesday, October 11th during AP, professor Vrinda Narain, from the McGill faculty of Law and author of two books, Reclaiming the Nation: Muslim Women and the Laws in India as well as Gender and Community: Muslim Women’s Rights in India, came to present a lecture entitled “Feminism, Law and India”.