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:
CASS DA RE <Features Editor> Law school doesn’t leave much time for fun and childish endeavors. Law students don’t need werewolves, witches and warlocks to induce fears, trembling, and sweaty palms. Just ask the first years who just went through their first set of midterms.
CITLALLY MACIEL <Staff Writer> The story of the Prodigal Son is one of Jesus’ parables which tells the story of a son who asks his father for his inheritance and then leaves and wastes it all. He then returns home and repents.
DANIEL STYLER <Staff Writer> In 2004, I was significantly younger than I am now. I was at that stage where sports probably mean a little bit too much, and whether my favourite teams won or lost felt like the end of the world.
THOMAS MASTORAS <Co-Editor-in-Chief> That Mitt Romney fellow, a felon, is he not? A tax cheat? A tool of the rich? A corporate raider, antithetical to all that is American?
JEFFREY HERNAEZ <Contributor> As stated by Chief Justice Marshall in the famous US case Marbury v Madison, “the people have an original right to establish, for their future government, such principles as, in their opinion, shall most conduce their own happiness, [which] is the basis on which the whole American fabric has been erected.”
An elementary school in Seattle recently reported that students were prohibited from dressing up for Halloween this year. The decision was implemented as a preventative measure out of fear that Halloween costumes could offend or upset students of different cultures, which came as somewhat of a surprise to me.
HAROLD CAMPING <Contributor> We are in the end times of intellectualism. The Jehovah’s Witnesses believe that only 144,000 people will be raptured during the Christian end times.
JIHEE (MARIE) PARK <Staff Writer> Even the youngest of the Osgoode student body recalls the days when the internet and communications technology first exploded in our society, pervading every aspect of everyday life from the fundamental to the mundane.
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