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Student of the week: Clovis Rigout

Does spinach, oyster mushrooms, and feta raviolis with a red pepper coulis sound better than your normal frozen pizza with a side of Kraft Dinner? Of course it does—but those types of dinners only exist for most students in the realm of parent visits and graduation dinners. For Clovis Rigout, however, these meals are much… Keep Reading

Around the water cooler – Feb. 18

FIGURE SKATING —We may have had ridiculous expectations, but come on, it was Canada’s golden boy—no, not Sidney Crosby. Patrick Chan took the silver medal, missing out on the gold by less than five points in the men’s free program on Saturday. This was a disappointing result for some as Chan is the three-time defending… Keep Reading

Around the water cooler – Feb. 4

In case you stopped watching after the first play, here’s what you missed in Super Bowl XLVIII… THE WEATHER The hype surrounding the inclement weather amounted to absolutely nothing as the temperature in the Meadowlands held up at around 10ºC all night with little wind and no snow. With the weather having virtually no effect… Keep Reading

Taking the Lambeau leap

I can’t exactly pinpoint the time I became a Green Bay Packers fan. I simply remember being fascinated by the notion that a small town in Wisconsin of only 102,000 people could support one of the original NFL franchises. That, or I subconsciously really enjoyed Brett Favre’s Wrangler jeans commercials. Whatever the reason, it had… Keep Reading

Postseason bound: Martlets clinch playoff berth

There is something to be said for a team that gels at just the right time, and the McGill Martlet soccer team has found its time. Entering their contest against the UQAM Citadins (2-8-1), the Martlets (7-3-2) were riding an eight game unbeaten streak, dominating opponents in all aspects of the game. It was no… Keep Reading


Third man in

For university students, May is the month when our exam anxiety evaporates and we veer off to begin our promising summer plans. However, this summer brought with it a new cause for uneasiness and hope. It was NHL playoff hockey, and it had finally returned to Toronto. Keep Reading

Fans greet Alexandar Mitrovic after his last regular season game as a Redmen. (Remi Lu / McGill Tribune)

Staying at home: McGill clinches first in conference

When Dave DeAveiro took over as McGill Redmen head coaching position in 2010, the program was in a bit of a rut. The Redmen couldn’t match up with division foes like Concordia, Laval, or UQAM, all of whom regarded McGill as an easy victory on the schedule. DeAveiro was determined to turn things around. With… Keep Reading


Chris Bosh: the ultimate ‘third-wheel’

My Toronto Raptors fandom was born when Vince Carter and Tracy McGrady first flew through the newly opened Air Canada Centre, leading what was arguably the most exciting young team in the NBA. Admittedly though, my clearest Raptor memories are rooted in the Chris Bosh era, when mediocrity was the norm and yelling ‘onions’ after… Keep Reading


Sports Briefs

Basketball — Redmen 69, Concordia 68: Redmen defeat Stingers in dramatic finish, Dufort records 25 pts., 14 reb. in win The McGill Redmen passed their first true test of the season on Saturday afternoon by defeating the Concordia Stingers 69-68, on the road to improve to 3-0 on the season. Again, Vincent Dufort was huge for the… Keep Reading

Head Coach Tim Murdoch hoists the Baggataway Cup, as the Redmen celebrate their title. (Kevin Caplice)

McGill wins first Baggataway Cup in school history

Despite qualifying for the CUFLA semifinal five out of the past six seasons, the McGill Redmen lacrosse team has been used to disappointment. Frustration turned into fuel for these Redmen, who were determined to claim a title this past weekend at the CUFLA championship in Peterborough, Ontario. This time, they didn’t disappoint, and returned to… Keep Reading

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