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A letter from the Founder

Dear readers,

As 2012 draws to a close, I look back at the Political Bouillon’s successes this year with a sincere delight and proud satisfaction.

Of course, there is what meets the eye, namely, the revamping of our website into a user-friendly and aesthetically pleasing medium.

Let me also call attention to another great achievement of ours: we have secured a partnership with the leading Pan-European organization “The European Student Think Tank” , as well as with the University of Western Australia’s current affairs journal – “The State Magazine”.

Behind the scenes, a team of bright and passionate students works restlessly at refining the style of our daily publications, so as to offer you, dear readers, articles and videos of the finest kind.

We have carved ourselves a name and secured a reputation within and beyond McGill and Concordia Universities. The Political Bouillon is a reference in terms of  excellent political analysis; outstanding because of the quality and diversity of its content, highly praised for its approachable and dynamic structure.

Our momentum is certain, and our purpose is defined. It will be our pleasure to meet you again in January, and offer you once more the best of our understanding of current events.

As for now, in the name of the team and in my own, I wish you all, dear readers, a very joyful Christmastime, and a beautiful Holiday Season!

 

-Isabelle Sokolnicka, Founder & President, The Political Bouillon

 

About Isabelle Sokolnicka

Founder and Project Manager at the Political Bouillon, Isabelle is a McGill and Université de Montréal graduate (political science and journalism). ''You are not here merely to make a living. You are here in order to enable the world to live more amply, with greater vision, with a finer spirit of hope and achievement. You are here to enrich the world, and you impoverish yourself if you forget the errand.'' -W. Wilson

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  1. I coud not agree more!

    I hope that you are all enjoying the articles we are providing. We are proving that students are more than capable of creating quality and engaging political analysis that is a pleasure to read. The varying voices and opinions of students should never be neglected.

    We are looking forward to next semester to further expand our content and reach!

    To the PB readers: Without your loyal support and following, we would not be in such a successful (and exciting) position today.

    So thank you all and happy holidays!

    Alexander Gardinier
    Editor-in-Chief
    The Political Bouillon

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