This week on the show: The SSMU General Assembly loses quorum, fails to pass Divest for Human Rights motion Legislative Council debates and approves the Divest for Human Rights motion Judicial Board holds a hearing re-interpreting a 2016 Boycotts, Divestments, Sanctions (BDS) ruling An investigation into the curfew’s impact on[Read More…]
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The McGill Tribune · The T: “Know Your Tenant Rights” Jan. 22 News Editor Sequoia Kim provides a weekly roundup of McGill news. Listen here through SoundCloud, or search for the title on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. This week on the show: An Investigative feature brought to you by Nina[Read More…]
Quebec Premier announces closure of all schools Following a directive from the Quebec government on the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, McGill has cancelled classes and exams for the next two weeks. On March 13, Premier François Legault announced the two-week closure of CEGEPs, secondary schools, universities, and daycares province-wide. The McGill[Read More…]
*Spoiler alert!* It is unsurprising that in a time when American politics have reached new levels of dysfunction, Hollywood has capitalized on it by pumping out political dramas left, right, and centre. Hit series such as Scandal and House of Cards focus squarely on the inner workings of Washington politics:[Read More…]
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has a reputation as tame, dust-covered fossils that shirk from innovation and gravitate towards the crowd-pleaser. This was true for the Best Picture winners of the last two years—both The Artist and The King’s Speech are fine, but not spectacular, eulogies for[Read More…]