The weather outside is frightful, but as always, the Tribune has media recommendations that are nothing short of delightful. Here is a breakdown of what the Arts & Entertainment section enjoyed over winter break. Alice in Borderland (Season 2) Ella Buckingham, Staff Writer The much anticipated second season of Alice[Read More…]
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Just for Laughs – Simi Ogunsola After four years of waiting, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is finally here and people have been talking. Some are calling the film an 11/10 and hailing Ryan Coogler as a genius while others can only describe the film as “mid” and prefer the first[Read More…]
Picture this: You open your kitchen fridge to find it empty. This is the third time within an hour that you’ve checked, and still, no food has magically appeared. There is nothing but a Sleeman leftover from your last pub crawl and half an apple. All those times your parents[Read More…]
“What are we doing tonight?” It’s the question McGillians have been asking each other since the dawn of time. The answer comes to us now in the form of a social networking app taking Montreal, and soon enough, the world, by storm: The 2nite app. 2nite is a social networking[Read More…]
The leaves everywhere are exploding into technicolour, the wind is urging you to pull your coat just a little closer and—let’s be real, it’s spooky season. As October comes to a close, one of the greatest weekends of the year’s social calendar approaches: Halloweekend. How many costumes do you need?[Read More…]
Walking around campus sometimes feels like walking the catwalk at Paris Fashion Week. And by sometimes, I mean every day. McGill’s got a fashion culture––a big one. A 10-minute walk to class can have you passing by people draped in floor-sweeping trench coats, balanced on mile-high platforms, and sporting some[Read More…]
You could hear the music floating out from down the hall, and of course, anyone passing by could see displays with brightly-coloured crafts and cosmetic products practically jumping off of them. To really capture the essence of the Black Marketplace, you had to have been there. Organized by the Students’[Read More…]