“By hard work, all things increase and grow.” – motto of McGill University Emma Hovi is spending her Third Year at McGill University studying history and environment and reports about the student movement at the hosting institution. In planning my third year of the ECLA BA programme, I wanted to use this opportunity to tailor a
Clubbing With Politics
When the opening meeting of the ECLA Politics Club was announced, it did not take long before someone came up to me and suspiciously inquired whether the Politics Club was a cheesy debate club. I found this pretty funny and guaranteed the person in question that this was not the case. “Good,” she said, “then
Die Kunst ist Super!
Consider the challenge faced by the ECLA administration in preparing for the current academic year: an enlarged student body and faculty, combined with the expansion of campus facilities still months away. The need for all to be comfortable remains an issue, so what can be done? For the sake of efficient use of space, communal
Round Two in the International Community of ECLA
Despite being a second year student, enjoying the luxury of being familiar with the ways of life that characterize ECLA, I must confess that the first days of campus life felt more or less chaotic. Naturally, a bunch of people trying to settle down in an unfamiliar place with unfamiliar people is bound to generate