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Unpaid internships offer hard choices for undergrads

With the end of the semester looming, many students are weighing the merits of a prestigious but profitless internship against the benefits of a summer income. Luckily, McGill provides many essential services such as the Arts Internship Office (AIO) and Career Planning Service (CaPS) that can make the search easier. That said, McGill is unfortunately… Keep Reading

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Movie Review: Embrace of the Serpent

After an Oscar season that was packed to the brim with survivalist epics, viewers could be forgiven for not wanting to see yet another “man vs. nature,” movie. However, if there’s one film that weary audiences should make room for, it is Embrace of the Serpent. Sure, it doesn’t boast flame-throwing murder guitarists or Leonardo… Keep Reading

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Montreal’s first Scientista chapter launches at McGill

A chapter of Scientista, a group dedicated to empowering pre-professional women in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields has just launched at McGill. After noticing a lack of resources available for women in higher education, Julia and Christina Tartaglia, biology students at Harvard University, founded the Scientista Foundation in 2011. With chapters across the… Keep Reading

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Pep Guardiola meets the Prem

The winter transfer period ended on Jan. 31 and saw many high profile moves; however, the man to steal the spotlight was not a player, but well-decorated manager Pep Guardiola. The Spanish gaffer, who is currently guiding Bayern Munich to its third Bundesliga title since his arrival in 2013, announced he would sign a long-term… Keep Reading

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McGill Women in Leadership conference discusses issues of gender parity

Although women make up nearly half of the population, they are woefully underrepresented in leadership positions in the workplace. On March 12, sucessful female alumni returned to McGill to speak to students at the McGill Women in Leadership (MWIL) second annual leadership conference, titled  Trailblazers’ Testimonies. The conference featured speakers who were board members of… Keep Reading

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Basketball: Redmen rule, Dufort leaves Love Competition Hall on top

On Saturday, the sold-out Love Competition Hall screamed “MVP” for senior guard Vincent Dufort, Redmen basketball Head Coach David DeAveiro received an ice-bucket shower, and the Redmen squad converged together, hugging and hollering, in the middle of the court after the final whistle. McGill had just claimed its third RSEQ title in four years, and earned… Keep Reading

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Basketball: Daoust dominates, McGill Redmen move to RSEQ finals

A record-setting 1,204-person crowd saw sophomore centre Noah Daoust spearhead McGill’s 76-69 victory over Laval in the semi-finals of the RSEQ Final Four. Redmen Head Coach DeAveiro strongly emphasized the raucous atmosphere and the talent on display. “This is the way it should be on campus I think.” DeAveiro said. “The energy in this building… Keep Reading

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