Taking pride in those who represent us

When you finish something you were heavily invested in, it’s natural to question whether it was all worth the effort; and if you’re a journalist, it’s natural to write a column like this. In my four years at the Tribune, I’ve had the opportunity to do some incredible things. I’ve[Read More…]

SSMU drops ball, should have dropped puck

“The winters of my childhood were long, long seasons. We lived in three places—the school, the church, and the skating rink—but our real life was on the skating rink.” Last week, the Students’ Society of McGill University (SSMU) held a week of events to better inform McGill students about the[Read More…]

Creating (and fighting) for a more heavenly campus

This Christmas Day, my family found ourselves in the Old City of Jerusalem, the historical intersection of the world’s three great monotheistic religions—Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Although we are Jewish, we walked to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre to see what Christmas was like at one of the religion’s[Read More…]

Scott Loong’s breakaway to win the race, Ville Saint Laurent May 2011. (Jonathan Villemaire-Krajden)

FEATURE: Playing in the Shadows

Preparing for one of its biggest weekends of the year, McGill’s women’s lacrosse team woke up for a 6 a.m. to practice at Molson Stadium. An hour into the two-hour session, members of the Redmen football team took over the field, and the women were forced to cut their practice[Read More…]

Latke Recipe

After sundown on Dec. 8, Jewish people around the world will light the first candle of Chanukah. Celebrate the Festival of Lights with this traditional latke recipe—they’re so good that you can take them home to your mother for the holidays. This recipe makes at least two dozen, so you’ll[Read More…]

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