The Life of Winter

As winter comes to a close in Montreal, Multimedia Editor Sarah Ford presents a slow reflection on the season’s natural beauty and wildlife activity. 

Art imitating art

Photographing wildlife is not only my primary hobby, but my passion. Nothing beats the thrill of finding an animal, the adrenaline of setting up a shot, and the reward of taking a successful picture. When I look at the collection of photographs I have taken, I am awestruck by the[Read More…]

Change Makers: Andrea Brazeau

In the first episode of the Change Makers podcast, Multimedia Editor Sarah Ford speaks with Andrea Brazeau, an Inuk fourth year Education student who has been fighting for the Quebec government to provide better wifi to Nunavik. They discuss the implications of the issue, the government’s inaction, and what McGill[Read More…]

Exploring Mac Campus

Multimedia Editor Sarah Ford explores McGill’s Macdonald campus, and learns how it differs from McGill’s downtown campus in its location, departments, and atmosphere. Edit: This video incorrectly states the degrees offered at McGill’s Macdonald campus. The five degrees offered are as follows: Nutritional Science, Food Science, Agricultural and Environmental Science,[Read More…]

Introducing: The McGill Tribune 2020-2021

There are opportunities for everyone at the Tribune. Our 2020-2021 team looks forward to working with you this year! Find more information on our upcoming documentary film festival: Resilience on the Facebook or Eventbrite.      

Witnessing wildlife

Multimedia Editor Sarah Ford explores the importance of appreciating and noticing local wildlife through an interview with Professor David Green.

Forbidden fruits and vegetables

In her feature, Multimedia Editor Sarah Ford narrates her experience with Pollen Food Syndrome, an allergy to raw fruits and vegetables. She illuminates some of the safety issues and accessibility concerns, and looks at ways we can best support those with severe food allergies. Video by Sarah Ford.

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