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Film Review: Bonjour Hi

Bonjour Hi is a multi-director film created by Sean Lee, Giuliana Mazzetta, Ben Koring, Christina Wood, and Ryan MacDowell. The movie, which was co-produced with TVM: Student Television at McGill, consists of three short film with four storylines. One of the producers, Jack Johnson, noted that the team hoped to create “an homage to the past… Keep Reading


Unlisted: The secret weapon behind Redmen lacrosse

Sean Steinwald looks forward to his lunch hour. He works full time as a project manager at a steel company in Montreal and has a family to take care of, so he uses any free time he can carve out of his busy schedule to work on his scouting reports. It’s either lunch, or at… Keep Reading

Behind the Scenes at McGill Athletics

Dr. Gordon Bloom Director, Sports Psychology Research Laboratory Dr. Gordon Bloom directs the Sports Psychology Research Laboratory and oversees the university’s graduate program in sport and exercise psychology. He played a lot of sports growing up, and says that his interest in the interpersonal aspect of team dynamic turned him onto the field of sports… Keep Reading


The Internet of Things: Increased connectivity in Canada

On Tuesday, Nov. 24, the McGill Intellectual Property & Information Technology Policy Club (IPITPOL) hosted a panel to discuss aspects of privacy and governance concerning the internet of things. The Internet of Things is a term referring to a continuously expanding network of physical devices with network connectivity, and the ability to collect and transmit… Keep Reading


McGill student sued for destruction of masters thesis

On Wednesday Nov. 4, McGill alumnus Elias Gedamu M.ENG‘11 was brought to court by NeuroRx Research Inc., a research organization that images the central nervous system, where he completed research for his Masters of Engineering thesis. McGill Professor Dr. Douglas Arnold, president of NeuroRX, supervised Gedamu’s research and was the representative for NeuroRx present during… Keep Reading


CKUT fee increase fails in SSMU referendum

The results of the 2015 Students’ Society of McGill University (SSMU) referendum were announced on Nov. 15. All referendum questions passed, with the exception of the CKUT fee increase.   The Safety Network fee   The first referendum question, which proposed the creation of a SSMU Safety Network Fee passed by 75.3 per cent. The… Keep Reading


Know Your Athlete: Nicolas Khandar

Nicolas Khandar, an explosive sophomore running back for the Redmen football team, is a surprising and adaptable man. A Frenchman born and raised, Khandar embraced football after moving away from the Parisian suburbs of his childhood to study in Canada. He later represented the French National Football Team in the IFAF World Championships. Khandar’s passion… Keep Reading

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