Author: Noah Vaton

McGill’s Lettuce Club: The Inaugural Meeting

Multimedia Editor Noah Vaton documents the thrilling inaugural McGill Lettuce Club Meeting. He outlines a complete history of how the event came to be, the excitement surrounding the event amongst McGill students, footage live from the event, and post-meeting interviews with both the original founder and this years winner, the[Read More…]

The darker side of pre-med

For many pre-medical students, dreams of practising medicine have been playing through their minds since they were children. It’s the allure of being able to save someone’s life, help a person feel better, or finally provide that answer a patient has been searching for. Of course, some people have other[Read More…]

The multifaceted stories of ‘Personal Attention Roleplay’

Montreal-based writer and fiction editor Helen Chau Bradley is set to release their debut story collection Personal Attention Roleplay on Nov. 23 under Metonymy Press. The McGill Tribune reviews the stories ahead of this upcoming release. “Only The Lonely,” Ian Clements “Only The Lonely” follows the relationships of an unemployed[Read More…]

‘Orcs in Space’ is bloody cute

Fantastical bloodthirsty main characters? Check. High-speed space-chases? Check. Modesty? Not quite. Orcs in Space, Justin Roiland’s new graphic novel published by Oni Press, features 100 pages of amusing, carefree adventures in an uncanny outer space backdrop, all illustrated by Montreal-based artist François Vigneault.  Slated to be the first volume of[Read More…]

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