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American League West

1st—Texas Rangers: Last year’s unexpected run to the World Series is hopefully a sign of things to come. However, the Rangers limited their chances at another division crown by leaving Neftali Feliz in the bullpen, when they could use another impact starter. They could still win it because of their hitting. Have you seen their… Keep Reading

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Student avoids SSMU

As May approaches, many graduating students will be looking back on their time spent at McGill and reflecting on their legacies. Jack Stewburgh will likely graduate with the distinction of being the most controversial SSMU president in recent history. U3 student Stephanie Gagné, however, has accomplished an equally notable feat; next month, she will graduate… Keep Reading

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The unwritten rules of Urinaldom

McGill Tribune Some of humanity’s greatest achievements are rules that have been written-down. Whether on papyrus or webpages, we document how we think things should be run, then we run them accordingly. For predictability and fairness, the Do’s and Dont’s are visibly laid out for all to see. We mobilize around them, argue about them,… Keep Reading

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Student tries beer

After finally trying beer for the first time this past week, freshman Steven Karp has officially announced his plans to abandon his intentions of going to med school to become a doctor. Karp said that during recent weeks of “experimentation” with beer, he has decided that drinking and partying is a more valuable way to… Keep Reading

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National League Central

1st—Milwaukee Brewers: This could be the year where the Brewers become legitimate contenders. Prince Fielder and Ryan Braun will both be 27 this year, which is an age when players traditionally fulfill their potential. This means that the “Brew Crew” could have two MVP candidates on the same team. Milwaukee also upgraded their rotation by… Keep Reading

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Lauren Hudak

“My name is Lauren Hudak and I am running for VP University Affairs. As your VP, I will continue to push for greater student representation within athletics; for an improvement in student services, particularly within health services and student aid; and for more stimulating learning environments by lowering the student-to-faculty ratio. Given this position’s demanding… Keep Reading

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Cathal Rooney-Cespedes

Please note that Cathal D. Rooney-Cespedes has been sanctioned for having a campaign website online before the campaign period.  The function of the Students’ Society is to provide excellence in service, representation, and leadership for undergraduate students, and that is exactly what I plan to do. Student politics has been dominated by too frequent debates… 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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