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The ongoing abortion debate

McGill Tribune There is something enormously wrong with older men having the power when it comes to state laws regarding abortion. This idea is perfectly clear considering the recent bill passed by the North Dakota House of Representatives. One of the most disgusting aspects of this story is that while abortion was legal at the… Keep Reading

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Maggie Knight – President

How will your experience with SSMU influence your approach if you are elected? I’m very aware of the fact that many students don’t understand SSMU. We need to be making ourselves much more accessible in a variety of ways to reach a variety of audiences. I think there’s a big chunk in the middle that… Keep Reading

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Mere penarchy

It is a dark world out there. A state of war, each against each. You are all alone. It is mere penarchy. Despite all our progress as a species, despite our eminent legal institutions and our many esteemed documents banning torture, protecting free speech, prohibiting the wearing of a fake moustache in church if it… Keep Reading

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Cathal Rooney-C̩spedes РPresident

What is wrong with the SSMU? What things would you fix? We promote this mentality both internally and externally of “us versus them,” and even at times “good versus evil.” And it’s just so combative and so inconducive to real progress and it gets to the point where people not only get coloured into these… Keep Reading

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The Tribune’s referendum endorsements

McGill Tribune Ambassador Fee Increase—YES This proposal would raise the SSMU Ambassador Fee from $1.25 to $2.00. The opt-outable fee provides financial assistance for students looking to attend or host academic conferences, competitions, or other events. Such activities improve the university experience for countless students and also help maintain McGill’s reputation, thereby benefiting even students… Keep Reading

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Anticipated changes to Frosh unveiled at Orientation Fair

After several months of consultation, review, and discussion, the new plan for McGill Orientation and Frosh week was revealed last Thursday. With a new, more unified vision of what orientation should be and certain scheduling changes, Orientation Week aims to be more cohesive, and will connect the academic orientation, formally known as Discover McGill, with… Keep Reading

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Between two worlds

Two weeks ago, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and American President Barack Obama announced new plans to streamline and facilitate trade across the borders of their two countries. While this type of movement may be new to businesses, it’s a familiar reality to those who live along the border. Having lived my entire life in… Keep Reading

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Visualization techniques in shaping food habits

McGill psychology professor Baerbel Knaeuper’s research on the role of visualization techniques in shaping food habits has fast become the latest fad in the multi-billion dollar weight loss industry. The basic idea is to have people try to imagine what and how much they are going to eat in detail before meals. In the pursuit… Keep Reading

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Spring break: wooo!!!

Until about 5 a.m. on Saturday, February 19, I’d never seen the ocean. I’d seen pictures of it, of course, and I went to Cancun when I was eight years old, but neither really counts. My apprehension towards tropical places was amplified by the hordes of inexcusable “douchebags” I had heard populate such places. If… Keep Reading

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