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Toward accessible education

McGill Tribune When I graduate this June, I’ll be in a far better position to be hired than I was four years ago. Moreover, I’ll have accrued great memories and incredible experiences, and I’ll feel much more ready to be hired than I felt right out of high school. I thank McGill for forcing me… Keep Reading

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Liberals kick off federal campaign with Montreal rally

Holly Stewart The Liberal Party 2011 election campaign began Sunday night with a rally at Montreal’s performing centre TOHU, where diverse attendees voiced their support for party leader Michael Ignatieff and their local MPs as well as their distrust in Harper’s leadership. At the rally, a DJ played tracks in the corner, perhaps an attempt… Keep Reading

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Engineers need English

The Faculty of Engineering will add a new course to its curriculum beginning in the 2012-13 academic year.  This addition will not affect any current students but will be grandfathered in. The change means that all Engineering students, beginning in September 2013, will be required to take an English course in order to graduate. Faculty… Keep Reading

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Consultating consultation

Still months away from assuming their posts, next year’s Students’ Society executive has announced plans to hold multiple consultation forums in the coming semesters in order to better understand how McGill students want to be consulted about consultation. Though the seed of this idea was part of incoming President Adam Russell’s campaign platform, Russell explained… Keep Reading

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Emily Yee Clare

As VP University-Affairs, I will provide holistic, innovative solutions to student issues across all levels of McGill governance. My experience working with both McGill’s administration and SSMU will ensure that students have strong representation at the negotiating table. I will foster a culture of school spirit and community by promoting student public art on campus and improving… Keep Reading

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Maggie Knight

Please note that Maggie Knight has been sanctioned for contacting campus groups prior to the opening of the campaign period.  Hello! I’m Maggie, a BASc Environment & Economics student from Victoria, BC. With over 3 years’ SSMU experience as Councillor and Environment Commissioner, I know SSMU inside-out. As a leader within many campus groups, I… Keep Reading

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Stefan Prokopetz

Please note that Stefan Zuba Prokopetz has received a sanction for putting up unapproved posters. The position of VP Finance & Operations requires an analytical individual with a unique and diverse set of financial, accounting, and strategizing skills, coupled with strong motivation and exceptional organization. If elected, I plan on devoting myself to creating sound… Keep Reading

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Tom Zheng

Please note that Tom Zheng has received a sanction for putting up unapproved posters. As someone who truly wants to use this opportunity to make a difference, I speak to you from the heart. I don’t believe in the rumor that “there is less help available in university” nor am I content with the fact… Keep Reading

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Natalie Talmi

Hey McGill! My priority as your VP Internal is maintaining student independence. My goal is to encourage more involvement from the McGill community at large. I am passionate about integrating clubs and organizations into the planning process. Why not have Midnight Kitchen cater events? Or the Film Society help organize Movies in the Park? My… Keep Reading

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Christina Sfeir

I’m Christina Sfeir. I have experience in organizing the majority of SSMU events that were held this year, specifically Faculty Olympics. My platform stands on four main goals. 1. The improvement of existing events. 2.Communication, for example, making Get Ready McGill a branded name. 3. Environmental initiatives, having a green roof on top of Shatner.… Keep Reading

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