The Tribune’s editorial board was split this week over the concept of legal student strikes. This dissenting editorial argues for students’ right to strike in light of the struggle for accessible higher education in Quebec. We do not agree with the position expressed in this week’s main editorial that the individual […]
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Last Thursday, McGill’s Research Group on Constitutional Studies (RGCS) hosted scholar Jeremy Waldron in Leacock 232 for a lecture entitled “Constitutionalism: A Skeptical View.” Waldron is a professor of law and philosophy at New York University, and Chichele professor of social and political theory at All Souls College, Oxford. With […]
I don’t order bottle service at clubs. Nor do I have ‘hook-ups,’ know ‘a guy,’ or am part of anything exclusive apart from opt-in emails regarding sales at The Gap. A media pass to POP Montreal was, therefore, a revelation. For those unlucky souls who have yet to step onto […]
For the musically shy, POP Montreal’s surplus of talent can be daunting, if not overwhelming – the annual festival, a landmark on the local calendar for the past decade, boasts over 350 acts wedged into a whirlwind five-day extravaganza. Luckily, the Tribune’s intrepid team has scoured the lineup for you—from […]
On June 6, the Faculty of Science held their second session of Sun and Science, the online rendition of the classic Soup and Science presentation series. The McGill Tribune presents the highlights from the event: Making the largest 3D maps of the universe Adrian Liu, Assistant Professor in the Department […]
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On Aug. 21, Philip Oxhorn, a professor in McGill’s Political Science Department and the former director of the Institute for the Study of International Development, was appointed McGill’s first Associate Provost (International). The portfolio of Associate Provost (International) includes strengthening international partnerships and overseeing international outreach and research. Oxhorn plans […]
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VP Social resignation and BdA improprieties During last Wednesday’s Arts Undergraduate Society (AUS) Council meeting, the AUS discussed the replacement process for Kyle Rouhani, who recently resigned as VP Social. According to a statement by Rouhani on his Facebook page, he decided to resign “for reasons of extreme personal, academic, […]
Dean of Arts Christopher Manfredi presented a proposal for the creation of a new fee to the Arts Undergraduate Society (AUS) Council on Oct. 29. The proposed five-year fee for all Arts students would fund the Arts Internship Office (AIO), which administers the Arts Internship Program (AIP), as well as […]