Last November, I wrote a feature about the “Comfort Women”—the euphemistic term for women captured during the Second World War by the Japanese Imperial Army as sex slaves. A month later, Japan and South Korea reached a settlement to their longstanding dispute over the comfort women. The settlement includes an […]
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Now that the temperature has settled below 10 degrees a dreaded fact can no longer be ignored: The seasons are changing, and winter is coming. The editors at the McGill Tribune are taking this seasonal defeat particularly hard, and have compiled 24 tracks to express their sorrow over the beginning […]
With many award-winning restaurants, it is not a surprise that MTL à TABLE is an annual success in Montreal.
Founded in 1936, the McGill Students Outdoors Club (MOC) is among the oldest outdoor clubs in Montreal, specializing in the organization of nature-based outings.
Part of the thrill that comes from live musical theatre is knowing that something could go wrong at any moment, but rarely does. The best theatre uses this to its advantage, radiating a sense of jubilant spontaneity that wriggles its way into the audience’s hearts and leaves them humming the […]