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Student of the week: Alexander Langer

Always interested in human rights, Alexander Langer worked as an intern last summer at the Roma Community Centre in Toronto, an organization serving the Roma community across Canada. The organization provides assistance including education, settlements, and legal services. Langer says he appreciates the work that organizations like the centre do to promote human rights. “Society… Keep Reading

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Student of the week: Clovis Rigout

Does spinach, oyster mushrooms, and feta raviolis with a red pepper coulis sound better than your normal frozen pizza with a side of Kraft Dinner? Of course it does—but those types of dinners only exist for most students in the realm of parent visits and graduation dinners. For Clovis Rigout, however, these meals are much… Keep Reading

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Student of the week: Rachel Simmons

You’d be hard pressed to find anyone at McGill who knows more about the inner workings of student politics than Rachel Simmons. As parliamentarian for the Students’ Society of McGill University (SSMU), chief returning officer (CRO) for the Science Undergraduate Society (SUS), replacement speaker for the Post-Graduate Students’ Society of McGill University (PGSS), and speaker… Keep Reading

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Student of the week: Laura Faulkner

Topics that may seem sensitive or taboo are no problem for Laura Faulkner. The U3 anatomy and cell biology student is a peer health educator for Healthy McGill, a student group that promotes healthy lifestyles for students on and off campus. Healthy McGill provides resources and support to students, in addition to organizing events and campaigns… Keep Reading

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Student of the week: Eirn Boparai

Eirn Boparai is well-versed in the the art of being a good listener. As Vice-President Public Relations for McGill Students’ Nightline, Boparai helps spread the word about the various situations that volunteers at the phone line are trained to assist with—whether that’s helping a first-year student understand Minerva, recommending a restaurant, or dealing with a… Keep Reading

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As a break from his homework, Sam Donald will open up his Ableton music software. Working from his desk, Donald uses his laptop, a small sound card, a mike, and a guitar to produce his own electronic dance music (EDM). Every couple of weeks, he’ll toss a remix online for his friends to check out.… Keep Reading

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Selina Liu has been interested in sustainability for as long as she can remember. Currently a U3 student studying chemical engineering, she has been involved in various outlets to promote sustainability across the McGill community. Last year, Liu served as the finance coordinator for the McGill Farmer’s Market. As one of four coordinators, she helped… Keep Reading

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By his fourth year at McGill, Per Kraut never imagined he would be involved in so many diverse communities at McGill. “I came to McGill thinking I wouldn’t get involved in that much,” Kraut explained. “But suddenly here I am in fourth year. I guess I just like to try new things.” Kraut’s role as… Keep Reading

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Aurélie Lanctôt, a first-year law student at McGill, is taking a stand against the Parti Québécois’  (PQ) proposed Charter of Values. As a member of the non-profit organization Québéc inclusif, Lanctôt helped write an open letter opposing feminist pro-charter arguments that freedom of religion jeopardizes previously actions toward gender equality. As a member of the… Keep Reading

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Student of the week: Debra Kelsall

Most days, Debra Kelsall can be found hard at work at the Bronfman Building. As a second year student in the Honours Investment Management Program, Kelsall’s interest in her program has expanded beyond the classroom, as seen through her involvement in groups such as the Desautels Women in Business Club and the McGill Christian Fellowship.… Keep Reading

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