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Egyptian Revolution wasn’t about food

McGill Tribune Dear Vicky, When I woke up on Tuesday and decided to read the Tribune, I had the misfortune of coming across your piece, “Democracy is not a right,” in which you admitted that you were originally against the Egyptian protests on the basis that they would “wreak havoc” in the region. Correct me… Keep Reading

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Do you want to be a rock & roll star?

shannonheather.com When talking about the best and brightest of Canadian indie music, Saskatoon rock outfit the Sheepdogs may not be at the top of your list. The band, who has been touring and recording for over five years, has quietly risen in popularity and recently caught the attention of Rolling Stone magazine’s “Do You Wanna… Keep Reading

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Martlets lose in 2OT; Redmen close it out in regulation

Martlets close strong, fall short The Martlets’ wings failed to feed Anneth Him-Lazarenko down the stretch, and it came back to bite them as the UQAM Citadins rallied to upset number-one-seed McGill 89-88 in double overtime. Him-Lazarenko leads the Quebec conference both in scoring, with a 15.6 points-per-game average, and field goal percentage, at 54.1… Keep Reading

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Time to move on from Jobbook-gate

McGill Tribune I’m certain most of you have recently heard rumblings about a certain “Jobbook-gate,” which has been tearing SSMU internal relations asunder. I would like to express my ardent support for Zach Newburgh. I believe that the calls for his resignation are completely unwarranted and overdramatic. It seems as if the crux of the… Keep Reading

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Bright Eyes: The People’s Key

It’s hard to listen to a Bright Eyes album without comparing it to what many reviewers and fans call their best, I’m Wide Awake It’s Morning—the folk half of a 2004-2005 double release. The band has continued to embrace a folk sound in the six years since the release of I’m Wide Awake, but The… Keep Reading

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Quebec Track Championships

Adam Scotti McGill finished second overall in the women’s events but the team was overshadowed by the individual success of second-year physiology major Sarah McCuaig, who led the way with four gold medals. Two individually, in the 1000m and 1500m, and two as part of a relay team, in the 4x400m and 4x800m. “She had… Keep Reading

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Tube top and make-up no excuse for rape

McGill Tribune The rights of women in Canada suffered a serious setback last week when a Manitoba judge allowed a convicted rapist to walk free, arguing that the signals supposedly emitted by the female victim confused the assailant. Justice Robert Dewar noted that the woman had worn high heels and a tube top—without a bra—as… Keep Reading

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Radiohead: The King of Limbs

Radiohead announced the relese of their eighth studio album on February 18, only four days after announcing it on their website and jolting its fanbase with excitement. In contrast to the slick and easy boldness of 2007’s In Rainbows, The King of Limbs brings a raw sound to the listener. Just as the album artist… Keep Reading

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Morton Mendelson discusses diversity and discrimination

Matt Essert Two weeks ago, Deputy Provost (Student Life and Learning) Morton Mendelson presented to the University Senate the findings of the Diversity Survey conducted over the past year and a half that was designed to find out more about the composition of McGill’s student body.   The survey, to which more than 2,000 students… Keep Reading

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Album Review: Adele – 21

British soul singer Adele's second album, 21, is conscious of its status as a make-or-break sophomore record. But while 2008's 19 was an album full of heart-wrenching confessions of love and regret, 21 doesn't wear its heart on its sleeve in quite the same way. The songs are still romantic and full of emotion, but… Keep Reading

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