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Ex-Mandela cabinet minister Naidoo asks big questions

Alice Walker After a warm introduction, Jay Naidoo, clad in a dress shirt and leather jacket, addressed a collection of about 100 students who gathered in the Bronfman Management Building on Thursday evening. “What do you want to talk about? Well … OK, what does the future hold?” At an event organized by the International… Keep Reading

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Shyam Patel – VP Finance & Operations

What experience do you bring to this position? I feel that being funding coordinator is a privilege, because not only do I have administrative experience in the sense that I know the whole staff, and I know how the system inside the office works. I’ve also gone to many Council meetings, which provides me with… Keep Reading

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Canada wins bronze in British global immigration study

On February 28, the British Council and the Migration Policy Group published a study that ranked Canada third in the world for its policies on immigrant integration. The study compared Canada to 29 other countries, including all European Union member states as well as Norway, Switzerland, and the United States.   The British Council and… Keep Reading

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Christina Sfeir – VP Internal

Frosh is going to be significantly different next year. How much do you know about the changes that have been proposed or have already gone through and do you support them? I’m worried that the change of a Frosh leader is going to have an effect on people who want to volunteer because I know… Keep Reading

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Working group suggests cutting Arts minor requirement

Since the mid-90s, Arts students at McGill have been required to fulfill the requirements of both a major and minor in order to graduate. This, along with several other components of the Arts degree program, may soon change if the proposals from a Dean of Arts Working Group are implemented. While the recommendations are not… Keep Reading

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JoÃl Pedneault – VP External

It seems like there will be some big changes next year regarding tuition hikes, so what would be your big plan of action to fight them? There are two parts to the strategy, one which is the more traditional lobbying set of things, meeting with MPs, presenting them with alternatives to tuition increases, things that… Keep Reading

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TVMcGill-Yes

TVMcGill is the only on-campus television media service run by volunteering students on a non-profit basis. TVMcGill aims to become an intricate part of the McGill community by working hard to provide entertainment, news and media services for the McGill community. With ever increasing demand from student groups asking for our services, we need your support to continue to improve… Keep Reading

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Midnight Kitchen-Yes

Please note that the Midnight Kitchen Yes Campaign has been sanctioned for putting up unapproved campaign posters.  By voting yes to increase the fee levy for Midnight Kitchen by $1, you are supporting diverse and affordable student-run food options on McGill campus. You are making it possible for Midnight Kitchen to provide balanced and complete… Keep Reading

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Concerns raised over Athletics promotions

Despite strong attendance numbers at numerous McGill athletic events this year, some students have recently expressed concerns about McGill Athletics and Recreation’s promotion strategies. They are primarily concerned with Athletics’ promotion of the events surrounding the actual games and with its efforts to work with student groups in promoting events. Students’  Society VP Internal Tom… Keep Reading

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Martlets clip Ravens in semis

Playoff recap The Martlets won the Quebec Student Sports Federation semi-final series, a best-of-three contest, against the Carleton Ravens last week. The Martlets, however, didn’t need all three games against the Ravens: on February 23 Gillian Ferrari, former defender for the national team, put a quick end to game one to earn a 1-0 victory.… Keep Reading

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