“They advertise bubble tea a lot, that’s for sure … (There are) definitely something(s) I can relate to when they mention Asian parents, and stuff like that”—Cornelius Choo, a second-year accounting student at the U of O.

The University of Ottawa will join in on the Harlem Shake online sensation on March 2 as students are invited to participate in a dance party on none other than Parliament Hill.

Mathias MacPhee

So, for something that is only meant to brighten your day, why are people so divided on their feelings for memes? The Fulcrum asked two writers to sit down and hash things out.

THE LONG-PROPHESIZED END of the world is upon us—if you buy into the mania surrounding the end of the Mayan calendar, that is. Though we’ve known for a long time Dec. 21, 2012 will mark the end of humanity, the exact means of our destruction has yet to be decided. Making the case for nuclear …