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Lakers swept

The second ranked Redmen kept on rolling during the break as they advanced to the OUA East final by sweeping the Ottawa Gee Gees and Nipissing Lakers in consecutive series. On Saturday, at McConnell Arena, the Redmen ended the Lakers’ playoff dreams with a 6-4 victory. McGill cruised to a 1-0 lead in the first… Keep Reading

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Why Palin won’t run

McGill Tribune Sarah Palin undoubtedly has an idea of the types of things a potential president should be doing, and what one should avoid. Palin’s behaviour is undignified and un-presidential, whether she is attacking her former political aides or starring in a reality TV show. Indeed, ever since Palin entered the national spotlight in 2008,… 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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The Feburary blues

There is a point you reach in the middle of the winter when you realize that Montreal is not actually fit for human habitation. Usually it happens when you’re walking back from campus late at night. The wind is blowing, and even that pair of long underwear you’ve got underneath your jeans isn’t enough to… Keep Reading

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Vancouver band proves that some fans prefer blondes

beyondrobson.com The CBC called them “one of the 10 Canadian bands destined to break in 2010.” Chart called them “the best of the 2010 Canadian Music Week festival.” Now, Yukon Blonde is gracing stages all over Canada on a cross-country tour, and if the Vancouver band’s infectious pop-rock melodies haven’t caught up to you yet,… Keep Reading

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Around the Water Cooler

Women’s volleyball A crushing defeat to Sherbrooke in the Quebec bronze medal match ended McGill’s bid to win a wild card and qualify for the CIS championship this year. Despite posting a perfect four and zero record against the Vert et Or in regular season play, the Martlets were swept out of the playoffs. “Our… Keep Reading

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Too cool for school

McGill Tribune It’s no secret that our campus isn’t always a cheery oasis of bustling students whistling as they work. We rarely move from classroom to cafeteria with a hop, skip, and a “Howdy, partner.” Ours is a place where acrimony rules the student council, academic competition trumps academic enrichment, and moderate politics means sitting… Keep Reading

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Forgettable (and unforgettable) Oscar moments

Every year, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences puts on the ultimate Hollywood production. Everyone is on their best behaviour, wearing their silkiest tuxedoes and fluffiest dresses to attend the world’s most recognized film awards show. Every joke and every move is staged to put on the most memorable show … at least… Keep Reading

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Carmelo Apple

Some sports’ trade deadlines arrive with a ton of hype and coverage, but rarely a trade that’s actually interesting, *cough* NHL *cough*. The NBA trade deadline is not one of those lame ducks, and 2011 was no exception. In fact, the 2011 deadline was one of the craziest in recent memory, with 14 trades involving… Keep Reading

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