In a more-than-crowded music industry, Joanna Newsom has cemented herself as a truly unique force of art with the release of her fourth album, Divers. In this latest offering from the California-native, she refines her unusual, soaring sound to produce a more accessible dynamic; however, the record is still packed[Read More…]
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A.J. Somerset blends a barrell full of personal anecdotes with historical analysis in Arms: The Culture and Credo of the Gun to explore the rise of gun culture in North America. Somerset, a former Canadian soldier and avid sport shooter, offers a unique perspective into how and why guns have morphed[Read More…]
Over four million refugees are facing unparalleled violence and uncertainty due to the Syian Civil War and other armed conflict in the Middle East. Additional resources must be deployed to alleviate suffering and provide opportunities for Syrian students. McGill University and other higher learning institutions throughout the world are in[Read More…]
From Sept. 21 to 25, Divest McGill held Fossil Free Week, a series of workshops, professor talks, and rallies to ask the university administration to divest from oil and gas industries. Divest McGill is an organization whose goal is to urge the university to divest its endowment from fossil fuel[Read More…]
The trailer for Roland Emmerich’s film, Stonewall, was released earlier this summer to a flurry of criticism over the blonde-haired, blue-eyed cis-gender boy it revolves around. Although the film attempts to authentically portray a dramatized version of one of the most significant events in LGBT history, it largely omits queer[Read More…]