SSMU Who…? Wait…WHAT do they do? The Multimedia team sets up camp in the SSMU offices to ask the various executives about their portfolios, and their current initiatives. It’s time to find out exactly SSMU do.
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Sports Editors Miya Keilin and Game Nisker join the artistic swimming team to see what it takes! Will they sink…or swim?
“We have a fundamental right to be different, and that’s the first thing that students with disabilities must recognize.”
In the first episode of our SSMU Series, Keating Reid investigates what the Students’ Society of McGill University (SSMU) is and does.
The McGill Tribune asks students whether they feel we should change the “Redmen” name.
The question of student’s mental health has dominated discourse for the last year. The Tribune’s Multimedia team take to the Y to discuss students’ perception of McGill’s reactions to the ongoing mental health crisis across Canadian Universities.
The McGill Martlets soccer team’s (4-4-2) winless streak continued Thursday night, Oct. 4, as they fell to the Concordia Stingers (3-6-1) by a score of 2-1. McGill started off strong, creating two chances on goal in the opening five minutes. The fifth minute even saw cries for a penalty, after[Read More…]
On April 11, McGill and Concordia students gathered in front of the James Administration building to challenge the school’s handling of sexual assault complaints. Contributor Sofia Mikton takes a look back at that rally.
Above his home bar hangs Dan Tranquili’s most prized possession: A nine foot long, $10 swordfish that normally sells for hundreds of dollars. If one man’s trash is another man’s treasure, Tranquili, the owner of vintage boutique Pionnier Rétro, is making the most of it by buying second-hand. “It’s the[Read More…]
Tessa Battistin talks to the McGill Tribune about her experience pursuing sustainable and creative entrepreneurship coming out of McGill.