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One McGill graduate’s fruitful job hunt

Last week, my one-time co-editor at the Tribune, and now full-time friend in real life, wrote about his post-McGill life and argued that McGill really is an amazing place. Something he mentioned, and I’ve been thinking about for the past five months, is that you don’t realize how great it is until it’s too late… Keep Reading

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Scrap the mandatory Arts minor

A recent report from the Dean of Arts’ Working Group has suggested the removal of the mandatory minor from the current Faculty of Arts program. As it stands now, McGill Arts students are required to have at least one major and one minor. From both personal experience and a simple understanding of the university experience,… Keep Reading

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President Zach Newburgh reflects on his time in office

How would you evaluate your year as the SSMU president? With every year, there are certainly ups and downs. I think that the great things we were able to achieve far surpassed the others which individuals might consider to be not so successful. This year featured the very first student-run homecoming, and the revival of… Keep Reading

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Redmen swimming – B

Adam Scotti With mostly second and third place overall team finishes throughout the season, the Redmen swimmers had an overall standard year collectively. The team finished 11th out of 19 teams at the CIS championships in late February to cap off a steady season that left the team with room for improvement next year. However… Keep Reading

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This summer, don’t miss out on these releases

blogs.commercialappeal.com celebritywonder.ugo.com Right now you’re probably at a crossroads. On the one hand, you’re excited about the upcoming summer’s entertainment possibilities, but on the other you’re worried that the Tribune won’t be here to guide your entertainment selection process. Unfortunately there’s nothing we can do about that, so you’ll just have to keep an eye… Keep Reading

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Shipment of scarves delayed

A shipment of scarves and cardigans intended for the McGill philosophy department has been delayed in transit, causing major concern and worry for the members of the program. The philosophy department, which many students in the department call “the only thing worth doing,” is currently searching for the package. However, because the Internet is “too… Keep Reading

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U0 student worried about Africa after Poli Sci class

After finally attending a lecture for POLI 227: Developing Worlds, Rachel Birkwire, a U0 student from “Toronto” (Oakville), said she is “actually really worried” about the current situation in Africa. Though she couldn’t be any more specific about which situation she was referring to, Birkwire said she thinks “we actually really need to tell somebody… Keep Reading

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After lofty promises were made during this year’s election campaign period, Adam Russell, next year’s incoming Students’ Society president has vowed to lead the SSMU with “so much transparency that ‘you won’t even see me.'” Russell, a U7 earth and planetary sciences student, said he is tired of students’ general inability to truly see what… Keep Reading

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SSMU exec vows to take transparency to the extreme

After lofty promises were made during this year’s election campaign period, Adam Russell, next year’s incoming Students’ Society president has vowed to lead the SSMU with “so much transparency that ‘you won’t even see me.'” Russell, a U7 earth and planetary sciences student, said he is tired of students’ general inability to truly see what… 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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