The McGill Tribune · What’s open at McGill? Since McGill University has slowly started the reopening process, we spoke with two McGill leaders. They shared the creative ways they are attempting to bring campus back to life with new safety procedures.
In the first episode of McGill Explained, Multimedia Editor Alex Hinton dives into the reasons that cause people to make such large donations to universities, and highlights some of the stories behind the names of McGill buildings that have become part of everyday vocabulary.
There are opportunities for everyone at the Tribune. Our 2020-2021 team looks forward to working with you this year! Find more information on our upcoming documentary film festival: Resilience on the Facebook or Eventbrite.
Multimedia Editor Sarah Ford explores the importance of appreciating and noticing local wildlife through an interview with Professor David Green.
Members of our Editorial Board share how they’re spending their time in quarantine. Video by The McGill Tribune Editorial Board.
In her feature, Multimedia Editor Sarah Ford narrates her experience with Pollen Food Syndrome, an allergy to raw fruits and vegetables. She illuminates some of the safety issues and accessibility concerns, and looks at ways we can best support those with severe food allergies. Video by Sarah Ford.
We sat down with Indigenous Affairs Commissioner Tomas Jirousek as he looks back at his time with SSMU. Video by Sarah Ford and Aidan Martin.
Our multimedia team stopped by Building 21, a research and community space on McGill campus and talks to their team about their initiatives, projects, and visions. Video by McGill Tribune Multimedia Team.
Jemark Earle and Ruth Silcoff are running to be the President of the Student Society of McGill University of 2020. Our Multimedia Team asked them a few questions about their campaigns, relevant experience, and goals for SSMU if elected. Video by McGill Tribune Multimedia Team
In October 2019 Sports Editors Kaja Surborg and Ender McDuff sat down with British ice dance champion Lilah Fear to talk life in Montreal, studying psychology at McGill, and training with the best figure skaters in the world.