Andrea Boza, a U2 double Economics and Psychology major, is interested in international development. Boza elaborated on her desire to study human economics and its influence on society. “This type of research in human economics is something I [want] to further study,” Boza said. “I would love to help people[Read More…]
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After opening its doors this past Jan. 25, Café M has already became a favourite among the lower plateau neighbourhood. Situated on Avenue des Pins, Café M is an ideal place for anyone looking for good quality coffee and a relaxed atmosphere. Walter Guiet, the owner of Café M, did[Read More…]
McGill is an acclaimed institution that attracts students from all over the globe, as evidenced by the number of cultural associations present at the university. However, the international identity of the university has not always been present. Anne-Sophie Tzeuton, U3 Political Science student and VP External for the McGill African[Read More…]
McGill’s chapter of UNICEF has grown into a very different organization today from its conception in 2001. UNICEF McGill has changed radically over the past two years, growing in structural capacity, team spirit, support, and attendance from students. Over the past year specifically, UNICEF McGill has evolved from a fundraising[Read More…]
To say that Juan Estalella is committed and engaged in McGill’s community is an understatement. Along with being a full-time U1 student in Management, Estalella is on the executive team of four different clubs. He is currently the marketing coordinator for the SLASummit 2015, VP Media for the International Management[Read More…]
After graduating from HEC Montréal in 2012 and working shortly at Bell Canada, Marielle Chartier Hénault decided to follow her passion for the underwater world by creating AquaMermaid, a mermaid school based out of Montreal. “I’ve always been known for loving the water,” Hénault said. “When I was younger, friends[Read More…]
There are very few full-time students who are also committed to solving large-scale problems such as human trafficking. Currently finishing her last year as an undergraduate majoring in English literature and minoring in French literature, Brittany Davis hopes to continue on with a career in law. Her goal is to[Read More…]
For some, November represents the impending cold of the long Montreal winter and the struggle to prepare for finals and assignments. For others, it also brings a whole different meaning. November marks the month of “Movember,” a movement started in Australia eight years ago by Adam Garone and a group[Read More…]
The upcoming weekend of Halloween festivities is bound to stir up a great storm of parties, costumes, and treats.
Pumpkin Spice Oats Makes 1 serving Ingredients 1/2 cup rolled oats 2 tbsp chia 2 tbsp raisins 1 tbsp nut butter 1 mashed banana 1/4 cup canned pumpkin pureé 1 cup milk (opt: almond or soy milk) 1 tsp cinnamon Directions: 1. Mix all ingredients together in a sealable container[Read More…]