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Student of the Week

Student of the Week

 Q: You were nominated for your success on the McGill chess team during the recent CUCC, can you talk about that? A: A bunch of schools [like] McMaster, University of Toronto, Waterloo, Queen’s, and a [few others] all came together to compete. There are four boards, and they’re ranked, so the first board plays against… Keep Reading

Pierre-Luc Bacon. (Alexandra Allaire / McGill Tribune)
Student of the Week

Student of the Week

This week’s student was nominated for his tireless efforts to provide the city of Montreal with free Wi-Fi Q: If you could change one thing about Montreal, what would it be and why? A: [I would want to] make it friendlier for bikes, and make it easier in the winter. Some cities in Denmark and… Keep Reading

Alexandra Allaire/ McGill Tribune
Student of the Week

Student of the Week

This Student of the Week was chosen for his enthusiastic work in the Gardner Hall council, as well as within the larger McGill community. Q: If you were a mode of transportation, which would you be? A: I’d probably go with a sidecar. Not the motorcycle itself, just the sidecar. It’s cooler, it’s safer. I’ve… Keep Reading

Student of the Week

Student of the Week

Q: What word or phrase do you overuse? A: I get a lot of flack for using the word ‘primo,’ which is a way to say ‘awesome.’ Q: What’s your biggest pet peeve? A: When people drag their feet when they walk. Q: What’s your secret talent? A: I can throw a deck of cards… Keep Reading

Vanessa Wattamaniuk U3 Political science (Simon Poitrimolt / McGill Tribune)
Student of the Week

Student of the Week: Vanessa Wattamaniuk

This student of the week was nominated for her work on the executive team of the Women in House program.  Q: What’s your dream job? A: I would actually like to be a parliamentarian eventually. Or [something] where I could work to impact policies … but have a chance to travel on the job and… Keep Reading

(Simon Poitrimolt / McGill Tribune)
Student of the Week

Student of the Week

This student of the week was nominated for her active involvement within the McGill international development community.  Q: Which Guinness World Record would you have the best shot at breaking? A: The most chocolate consumed during finals. Q: What’s your good luck charm? A:  My watch. I wear [it] all the time, and if I… Keep Reading

Student of the Week

Student of the Week

Q: If you could be anywhere else in the world right now, where would it be? A: My cabin in the Alberta Foothills. Q: What’s the one quality you admire most in others? A: Being assertive. Q: What’s your good luck charm? A: Well, I did my undergrad at McGill, and [for] every single midterm… Keep Reading

Phi Nguyen Chemical Engineering U3 {Alexandra Allaire/ McGill Tribune)
Student of the Week

Student of the Week

Q: Why are you an asset to McGill? A: I work with Drive Safe and, currently, I am doing research with … the chemical engineering department. Q: What do you like most about working with Drive Safe? A: Well, I mean I get to drive. I love driving. You feel kind of fulfilled, helping drunk… Keep Reading

Joy Lizette Aguilar (Alexandra Allaire / McGill Tribune)
Student of the Week

Student of the Week

Q: What is your secret talent? A: I can sing, but nobody knows that. Q: If you could say one thing to your hero, what would it be? A: One of my heroes is Nelson Mandela. I would ask how he managed to survive his imprisonment without going insane. Q: What’s your signature drink? A:… Keep Reading

Simon Poitrimolt / McGill Tribune
Student of the Week

Student of the week: Tarun Koshy

Q: What is your motto? A: When it comes to dressing, I had a gym teacher—this old Ukranian boxer—in high school, who always told us “look sharp, feel sharp.” Q: If you could be anywhere else in the world right now, where would it be? A: Right now I’d like to be in New York,… Keep Reading

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