With the American election resolved and the President re-elected, the question now becomes what to expect in a second Obama term, and what its implications are for Canada. To be sure, the President retained his position decisively in the Electoral College, but won much more narrowly in the popular vote.
CITLALLY MACIEL <Staff Writer> Rejoice, my fellow James Bond fans! This year marks the golden anniversary of the first film’s release.
NADIA GUO <News Editor> “My first inclination that a war on drugs was folly came when I was very young, in private school studying the Bible.
ANGIE SHEEP <Staff Writer> One of the most celebrated occasions of the year has finally crept up: Happy Halloween! With only a few days remaining to prepare for what I think should be a legitimate holiday, I hope your costumes are all ready to go.
MAX PATERSON <Arts & Culture Editor> It’s that time of year again, the time we dust off those “sexy” [fill in anything here] costumes, call up all of our ‘non-law’ friends, and go out for one last big night before the realities of assignments, papers and pre-exam note compiling begins.
NADIA GUO <News Editor> Following a fairly decadent Friday night out at the Hoxton to catch the Flight Facilities’ set, I was glad I had something more low-key planned for Saturday: I had a ticket to see Chan Marshall, better known by her stage name, Cat Power.
TRAVIS WEAGANT <Co-Editor-in-Chief> I am a Hallowe’en Grinch. I don’t know when it happened, but I suspect it was when I stopped getting a bag full of free candy every year. With the material profitability of the day eliminated, I could see no other way to derive a net benefit from dressing strangely.
KATHERINE DECLERQ <CUP Ontario Bureau Chief> Reprinted from Canadian University Press. OTTAWA (CUP) — On Oct. 15, Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty announced some shocking news — he was resigning.
NADIA GUO <News Editor> The JCR bar opened again tonight much to the delight of the overworked and sleep-deprived everywhere in Osgoode. “Another great reason to procrastinate” was the general consensus of people I spoke to, and don’t we all need those from time to time to retain our precarious sanities.
MICHAEL CAPITANO <Contributor> On October 3, 2012, the Osgoode Society for Corporate Governance (OSCG) held its inaugural event, “Corporate Governance Beyond Borders”, a panel discussion on corporate governance in emerging markets with two internationally-renowned experts on corporate governance: