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Aletheia

Aletheia is a peer-reviewed Arts & Science journal. The name (pronounced a-lee-thea) is an ancient Greek term for “truth” and “disclosure.” The journal serves as a way to reveal unique ideas and perspectives, and showcase the amazing research and writing talents of Artscis. The journal provides a great opportunity for our incoming first years to get a sense of upper-year courses and research interests, and allow students in all years to gain valuable editing or publication experience. The goal is to foster more inter-year collaboration during a time when we cannot be physically together, and continue for years to come.

Stay tuned for the first issue focusing on Resilience!

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The Melange

The Melange is an Arts & Science student-run magazine that highlights the written and visual talent within the Program and provides a platform for portraying and appreciating the Artsci experience. In keeping with the interdisciplinary spirit of the Program, the emphasis in The Melange is on variety. The goal is to make the magazine feel accessible, lively, and capable of including everything from lighthearted satire, to interviews with professors, to poetry and short fiction. This is a fun, versatile publication that is new and interesting every time.

The Melange November 2020 Issue
The Melange Preview Issue

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War Child at Mac

War Child at McMaster is a club that seeks to promote and fundraise for the War Child organization. This group of students endeavours to engage the McMaster and Hamilton community in discourse surrounding the tragedies occurring in war-torn nations. They host a variety of events raising money for War Child Canada and awareness for the issues addressed by the organization.

The founder and President of War Child Canada is Dr. Samantha Nutt, who graduated from the Arts & Science Program in 1991.

War Child at Mac