Education Town Hall

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For the record: Stingers’ hockey captain on resilience and teamwork

At the Maclean’s-Concordia Town Hall on the future of education and the future of work, a student panel talked about how university prepared them for the working world.
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For the record: A bug-eating advocate on why she loves experimental food

Laura Shine studied French literature and politics before she found her true calling in the study of extreme food
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Cédric Orvoine takes the 60-Second Challenge

Cédric Orvoine of Ubisoft takes our rapid-fire challenge—and picks between Alonzo Batilla and Professor Pumplestickle.
Bonnie Schmidt. (Photograph by Cole Burston)

Bonnie Schmidt takes the 60-Second Challenge

The president and founder of Let’s Talk Science reveals her former dream of becoming a dentist—and her favourite 3D printing.
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Ambition, advice and regrets: Wisdom from student speakers

Speakers at the Maclean’s Concordia Town Hall look back at their own studies—and reflect on what they would do differently (or not!)
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Future university students on their hopes and fears

At the Maclean’s-Concordia town hall on the future of education and the future of jobs, students talk about what they hope to study—and their secret ambition.
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Nick Farkas takes the 60-Second Challenge (Captioned)

Nick Farkas, the co-founder of the Osheaga Music and Arts Festival, takes the hot seat in our 60-Second Challenge
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Alan Shepard takes the 60-Second Challenge

Concordia University’s president takes the hot seat and reveals bite-sized trivia about himself—including his worst-ever mark (just kidding!).
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For the record: Maclean’s-Concordia panel on the future of work

Read the transcript of Maclean’s town hall on the future of jobs and work, from Montreal’s Concordia University
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Parents on hopes and fears for their children

At the Maclean’s-Concordia town hall on the future of education and the future of work, parents talk about what worries them about their kids’ futures.