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Can you hear that? That’s the sound of almost every retail store in Canada stopping their usual slew of pop songs to allow for a new monopoly to take […]
By Alison Rockley The enrollment of women in engineering has significantly risen since the 1960’s, when women first started entering this field. And trends across universities show that this […]
By Genevieve Chan With the recent release of Windows 8, Microsoft has brought Windows users another revamp. But operating systems have not always had sleek icons, speedy performance and […]
By Kent McDonald T.S. Eliot probably had it right in The Hollow Men with his assertion that the end of the world would be heralded not by a bang, but a whimper. […]
By Julia Duszczyszyn From an evolutionary standpoint, the brain’s reward system is there to reinforce behaviours and actions that are advantageous for one’s fitness. In reality though, the things that […]
By Ralph Yeung The brain is a beautifully complex structure. Its complexity, in part, allows us to interpret, perceive, communicate and interact with our world. But it came at a […]