Some profs are like fine wines

Thursday, April 12th, 2007

April 12, 2007 Ed Cartoon

As of December, mandatory retirement was abolished in Ontario. In the context of education, the decision carries potentially debatable results.

While teaching in a university setting doesn’t require many physical capabilities, a professor’s mental faculties should be razor-sharp. (read more)

Editor-In-Chief on vol. 100

Thursday, April 12th, 2007

It’s all over.

After 98 issues, Volume 100 draws to a close, and I’m burnt out. I’ve put out over 300 issues as an editor since I joined The Gazette a few years ago, but I don’t know if I’ve ever poured my energy into anything in life like I did to the paper this year. (read more)

A history of violence we cannot ignore

Thursday, April 12th, 2007

I confess I didn’t learn about “Labia Majora Carnage,” or the controversy now engulfing both it and The Gazette, until very recently. I don’t regularly read The Gazette, and thus the “Spoof” issue had passed me by. (read more)

Signing off: A letter to editors everywhere

Thursday, April 12th, 2007

Re: “Vol. 100”
May 11, 2006 to April 12, 2007

To all Editors:
Congratulations on having such a privilege. Whether you are editing a national newspaper, a campus newspaper, a chemistry lab report or a friend’s first-year sociology essay, you have been granted a great responsibility. (read more)


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