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Out on the Town: Nega Sake opens in Lower Plateau

Nega Sake, a Korean-Japanese restaurant, brings a fusion of flavours to the between Prince Arthur and Coloniale Avenue. With its grand opening this past weekend, the restaurant aims to cater to the large student population of the Lower Plateau, and add to the multicultural atmosphere of the neighbourhood. Nega Sake’s venue offers a cozy and… Keep Reading

Student movement establishes a healthy food system

Food sustainability initiatives at McGill were scarce until about six years ago. However, with the launch of the student-founded and student-led McGill Food Systems Project (MFSP) in 2008, a culture of food sustainability has experienced a grassroots emergence, with students critically considering and addressing food sustainability issues. Achieving food sustainability at McGill has developed into a… Keep Reading

Student of the Week: Rabab Wali

Rabab Wali has a down-to-earth attitude as well as an impressive track record of academic and extracurricular success, complemented by the visionary goals she has for her future. Wali is a full-time U3 student majoring in Environment and minoring in International Development Studies. Along with her commitment to school, she has been engaged in research… Keep Reading

Chill Thrills: Cozy spots to relieve your freeze

January is an exciting time of the year with new classes and a plethora of winter activities to distract you on the weekends.  However, as the mercury keeps dipping, sometimes it’s best to forgo wintery gusts and venture into a cozy restaurant to catch up with friends over a comforting meal. Try out these three… Keep Reading

Essential spices to enhance meals

Cooking with spices is an exciting, economical, and healthy way to spruce up basic student dishes. However, meandering down the spice isle can be daunting for even the most advanced cook. Here are some common spices from a variety of global cuisines to help bring flavourful boosts of nutrition to even the simplest meals.  Cinnamon… Keep Reading

Sweet and Savoury Pumpkin Recipes

Pumpkin is an incredibly versatile ingredient to work with—these two recipes are easy to make and celebrate the potential of pumpkins. One is sweet, and the other savoury, but both are healthy and chock full of vitamin A and fiber. Stack up a few cans of pumpkin at the local grocer and enjoy cooking. Pumpkin… Keep Reading

Healthy options for breaks during midterms

October’s various academic duties can seem pretty blindsiding after the hazy heat and carefree days of September. This season however, students can avoid stress by implementing a few wellness tricks. Below are some suggestions for fun and healthy diversions around McGill to ease minds of midterm woes—and won’t break the bank in the process. Make… Keep Reading

Autumnal snacks

Pumpkin Spice Oats Makes 1 serving Ingredients 1/2 cup rolled oats 2 tbsp chia 2 tbsp raisins 1 tbsp nut butter 1 mashed banana 1/4 cup canned pumpkin pureé 1 cup milk (opt: almond or soy milk) 1 tsp cinnamon Directions: 1. Mix all ingredients together in a sealable container and place in fridge overnight.… Keep Reading

Five study spots on campus

Midterm season is just around the corner, meaning that the hour is drawing near to ditch tanning on lower field and hit the books. Luckily, McGill has a plethora of study spots, from its 13 library branches to student lounges and cafes. Birks Reading Room Tucked away on the second floor of the Birks Building,… Keep Reading

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