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10 Gadgets that Make September a Bit Easier

1. Clocky Clocky is one of the most irritating devices ever made, surpassing even cell phones with Ludacris ringtones. While it's not a new gadget, it's a sound investment for heavy sleepers. Hitting the snooze button twice cues Clocky to wheel itself off the nightstand and cruise around the bedroom floor, beeping like R2D2 on methamphetamines.
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Psst… guess who likes you?!?

Too shy to talk to that hottie in Poli Sci? Curious about the exciting world of anal beads? Need a course that won't bring your GPA down two points? And, while we're at it, who was the handsome stranger at the bar and what's his story? Fret not my wretched friend, for the creators of McGillGossip.
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Will you live with me?

As I was picking the tomatoes out of the tomato-bean-corn-random-sauce-weird-white-vegetable-mix at the salad bar in the cafeteria, I began eavesdropping on a conversation two girls standing beside me were having. "Where were you a few minutes ago? I tried to find you for lunch," asked one of them.
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Sexy Stats: the science of love

Ladies, be coquettish and coy and play hard-to-get. Men, wait three days before calling. From Sex and the City to Seinfeld to Swingers, people today are bombarded by rules as to what to do, how to do it, and when to do it when it comes to dating, that game we all love to hate.
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SILHOUETTE: Career hook-ups

Currently, there is a demand for McGill grads from companies in financial market hotspots overseas, and the McGill Financial Ambassadors (MFA) have answered. Clovis Couasnon, U3 finance and mathematics, and Amine Larhrib, U3 finance and accounting, co-founders of the MFA, started the club as a way through which students could make contacts to ensure future job opportunities.
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Tribune Dating Xtravaganza

With all the lonely hearts grumbling about the impending onslaught of sickly sweet Valentine’s schmaltz, ponder this: is romance dead? Before the Valentine’s Grinch that dwells in the recesses of your soul comes out and grabs the nearest bottle of liquor, rest assured that you’re not alone; the dating situation at McGill is more dire than delicious for many...
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The Tribune’s guide to a summer in Montreal

Breakfast True espresso aficionados should head to Caffe in Gamba in the Plateau. Combined with plush seating and decadent pastries, their freshly brewed espresso drinks are the best in Montreal. Eggspectation and Chez Cora - both Canadian chains - offer crepes, pancakes, and waffles piled high with fruit for reasonable prices.
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The strawberry-basil mojito

Being the strawberry addict that I am, the return of strawberry season is for me one of the most exciting aspects of the arrival of spring. As soon as fresh, inexpensive strawberries are available, I eat them on their own, in salads, over vanilla ice cream, and any other way I can think of.
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Wet hot Canadian summer: A guide to Montreal May-August

Whether you're a visiting student, taking a May course, or a Montreal native, summer is the best time to tour Montreal. It's easy to get trapped in the McGill bubble during the school year, but use the warm weather as a chance to explore the city. From festivals to cuisine, we present your summer guide to one of Canada's most diverse and exciting cities.
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