The McGill Tribune Multimedia team virtually joined forces with the SSMU Musicians Collective to bring you a groovy performance by the ‘Nail Polish Boys.’ Nail Polish Boys is a jam band from Montreal, with Tess Buckley on vocals, Atsushi Ikeda on guitar, and Dylan Rochon-Terry on piano. Song 1 – […]
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While the McGill community remains geographically fragmented, the McGill Library’s alternate reality game Raising Spirits: A Timely Diversion invites students to converge virtually on campus sites and experience them anew. Featuring artifacts drawn from McGill’s library archives, the game resurrects marginalized figures from the university’s past and narrates their stories across […]
Following the McGill administration’s decision to change the name of the varsity mens’ teams in April 2019, the Steering Committee assigned to find a new name for the teams by August 2020 has seen their work delayed due to COVID-19. Following Indigenous-led student activism, McGill Principal and Vice-Chancellor Suzanne Fortier […]
I was lucky. I was able to sit down with my mum and tell her how scared I was. The people I love supported and watched out for me. When I woke up in the middle of the night and I couldn’t see, my dad was there to drive me […]
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.
Montreal’s winters may be frigid, but the bleak weather doesn’t stop it from being one of North America’s most vibrant cities. The buzz of winter is most evident on Nuit Blanche, a night where the city explodes with light and activity. As part of the Montreal en Lumière festival, artists, […]
Our multimedia team stopped by Building 21, a research and community space on McGill campus and talks to their team about their initiatives, projects, and visions. Video by McGill Tribune Multimedia Team.
Jemark Earle and Ruth Silcoff are running to be the President of the Student Society of McGill University of 2020. Our Multimedia Team asked them a few questions about their campaigns, relevant experience, and goals for SSMU if elected. Video by McGill Tribune Multimedia Team
Increase of the SSMU Membership Fee: Yes The proposed $1.20 increase to the Students’ Society of McGill University (SSMU) Membership Fee will go toward hourly wages for student senators and Legislative Council members. Despite dedicating many hours to student government, representatives are currently unpaid, except in cases of demonstrated financial […]
The police murder of George Floyd on May 25, 2020 sparked global protests against police brutality and anti-Black racism, giving renewed momentum to the Black Lives Matter movement. In light of these events, McGill, an institution whose history is rooted in violence and enslavement, expressed its intention to put forward […]