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From the Gazette

Making sense of the present

If you want to understand the way the world works now—from the rise of activist groups such as Black Lives Matter to the ramifications of Brexit—studying history is a good bet. Sarah Hannon, a history undergraduate student who plans to pursue graduate studies after she completes her BA, says she realized studying history is not […]

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Representing Canada

Two students will broaden their academic horizons at an international science conference in London this month.

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