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McGill’s admin not the only one under fire

At Norman Bethune Square on October 27, the Concordia Student Union, Überculture, Free Education Montreal, Sustainable Concordia, and Tap Drinkers Against Privatization (TAPThirst) gathered to protest the Concordia administration’s decision to sign an exclusive PepsiCo contract without student consultation. TAPThirst, an organization that advocates against the bottled water industry, was […]

AUS attacks its debts

In the face of numerous unanticipated financial difficulties that have come to light this semester, the Arts Undergraduate Society’s Executive unveiled their Financial Recovery Plan to the AUS Council last Wednesday. “Like the real Marshall Plan, this isn’t just us throwing foreign aid at something,” he said. “It’s a plan […]

Sailing team suspended for two years

The McGill Sailing Team is suspended for the next two years. The team was already under scrutiny by the administration and recent events pushed McGill Athletics to action. On October 23, three team members—Leif MacDonald, Justin Cruanes, and Renee Gladilen—were detained by police for stealing a parking sign after a […]