Multimedia editor Tristan Surman tells the story of his personal experience with eating disorders, and uses it to contextualize an investigation into why a program, that was so helpful to people, became inaccessible to students.
Staff writer Emma Gillies discusses primate conservation and its human component with Colin Chapman, professor in McGill’s Department of Anthropology
Introducing a new series from the McGill Tribune: Behind the Curtains! The series will explore the role of people behind the scenes in theatre productions at McGill University. The first set of episodes, which will come out next week, will interview the crew of Blood Relations! Stay tuned! By Sofia […]
Multimedia contributor Sofia Mikton asks people on campus what ‘SSMU’ stands for, and asks them who has been most recently elected the President of the society.
McGill student Elliot Sinclair performs two originals and one cover for us at the Tribune office!
Editors at the McGill Tribune talk about voter apathy, how fall reading week created single-issue voters, and both the outgoing and incoming SSMU executives.
Is McGill depriving your right to smoke? Contributor Heng Jiang addresses McGill’s new smoking policy. How will it affect students (smokers and non-smokers alike)? Where will the designated smoking areas on campus be? Will you be able to smoke weed on campus when it is legalized? Is this the right first step in McGill’s mission to phase-out smoking on campus entirely?
What are we going to do without FourLoko? McGill students in the midst of their collective existential crises navigate their confusion, sadness, and anger in the wake of a city-wide depanneur ban on FourLoko.
With polls opening today, get to know your two SSMU Presidential candidates, Corinne Bulger and Tre Mansdoerfer.
Above his home bar hangs Dan Tranquili’s most prized possession: A nine foot long, $10 swordfish that normally sells for hundreds of dollars. If one man’s trash is another man’s treasure, Tranquili, the owner of vintage boutique Pionnier Rétro, is making the most of it by buying second-hand. “It’s the […]