Point/Counterpoint

Point/Counterpoint

TransCanada, an oil company, has proposed building a pipeline to deliver Alberta oil to Atlantic Canada for refining and export. Would this pipeline be...

MUN recently unsubscribed to 1,700 academic journals and reduced access to 2,000 others. This week, Point/Counterpoint considers whether these cuts were warranted. CORRECTION: An...

The Arts Faculty Council is considering a proposal to rename its academic unit the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. Would this clarify the...

Canada’s Liberal government plans to introducing electoral reform changing how voters choose the federal government. Is this commendable, or should the Liberals hold a...

The Arts Faculty Council is considering a proposal to rename its academic unit the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. Would this clarify the...

Stricter regulations may stop drivers from degrading their surroundings, but are there serious drawbacks to enacting new rules? By Xiaoteng Liu and Craig Norquist...

This week, we debate whether Memorial should follow the lead of municipal leaders and upgrade its parking meters. Point: by Karen Silver Canadians have become...

As the Faculty of Arts increasingly promotes interdisciplinary studies, should we be worried about studies becoming shallow and broad rather than concentrated and deep? Point:...

Should we look more to sober discussions of rights or impassioned, moralistic campaigns attempting to point out society’s flaws? Point: by Conor McCann Students of Memorial...

Does reserving some scholarships for women prevent or encourage equal and just relations between genders? Point - Benjamin Houston Scholarships awarded only to women undermine the equality...