Last Friday, I listened to Prince by Prince on vinyl while I handwrote a letter to a friend, wandered the streets taking videos on my handheld camcorder, and watched my favourite John Cusack film High Fidelity on VHS. It is 2021, and yet I find that my days are consumed[Read More…]
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For a culture that is built on subverting the conventional, the skateboarding community must strive to create more diverse spaces. What is largely depicted in popular magazines and videos disregard the reality of the skate scene. While there are companies and magazines working to increase visibility, more recognition must be[Read More…]
While I served drinks for a show opening at my sister’s gallery, a guest asked me if I, too, was an artist, as my sister and her partner are. Caught off guard by this question, I was unsure how to respond—I have never thought of myself as an artist nor[Read More…]
We sat down with Indigenous Affairs Commissioner Tomas Jirousek as he looks back at his time with SSMU. Video by Sarah Ford and Aidan Martin.
Montreal-based emcee and producer Tshizimba dropped by the Tribune’s office with Boy 2 King to show us some of his new music. His influences are rooted in Hip-Hop, Rap, Ambient, Punk and Chillwave, bringing a unique sound to the office. Video by Aidan Martin and Sarah Ford
With a new decade and the beginning of the winter semester, we asked some McGill students what 2020 means to them, and what resolutions they have for the new year. Video by Multimedia Editors Sarah Ford and Aidan Martin
Lovely duo Lonely Boa joined us in the office for an afternoon of music self described as “classical orchestra meets loft rave meets ambient drone meditation.” Playing a selection from their upcoming album Chrysalia, Eve and Jess brought charisma and passion to our space. Multimedia: So, where did you come[Read More…]
On November 12, Divest McGill, C-JAM, and Greenpeace McGill held a manifestation to pressure McGill to divest. Our Multimedia Editors interviewed members of Divest McGill and other climate activists in Montreal to discuss their demands, achievements in the climate justice movement, and what’s in store for climate groups on campus.[Read More…]
The Canadian federal government has appealed a ruling by the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal, that ordered them to pay reparations to First Nations children and their families who were separated by the child-welfare system. In response, on Oct. 19, Students’ Society of McGill University Indigenous Affairs Commissioner Tomas Jirousek and[Read More…]
Societal Siege dropped by our office and performed a mini-concert for our multimedia team, showcasing some unreleased music and samples from their new EP, Joseph Ziggler. Antoine, Drew, and Jacob bring a playful warmth to college rock which radiated through the newsroom. You can find Societal Siege’s music on Spotify,[Read More…]