Multimedia Editors Alex Hinton and Noah Vaton explored Montreal searching for McGill’s favorite pastry. They tried 4 of the best samosa spots near McGill’s downtown campus and offered comprehensive reviews on them all.
In the fourth episode of Change Makers, Multimedia Editor Noah Vaton speaks with Tori Ford, an award-winning gender health equity advocate, researcher, and entrepreneur on a mission to eliminate sexism, shame, and stigma from health experiences. She is is the founder of Medical Herstory, a youth-led not-for-profit advancing gender health[Read More…]
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 –[Read More…]
Contributor Brian Shatteman provides a mixed-media tour of Outremont, exploring its streets, stores, and atmosphere.
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.
The Multimedia team virtually joined forces with the SSMU Musicians Collective to bring you a fun and energetic performance by Pomegranate Planet. Pomegranate Planet is a jam band from Montreal, with Sacha L’Heveder on bass, Jackson Foellmer on guitar, and Marc Maalouf on drums. You can find their music on[Read More…]
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…]
In the second episode of Change Makers, Multimedia Editor Alex Hinton speaks with Alexis Zhou, a U3 Russian & Latin American Studies major, community organizer, and freelance journalist. Alexis recently co-founded the first ever Sunrise Movement chapter in Canada. They discuss the organization’s purpose, future, and how McGill students can[Read More…]
This week on the show: • 7 student organizations come together to pen a motion demanding that McGill divest from companies complicit in human rights • Governance: SSMU Legislative council • Governance: McGill Board of Governors Episode links: • Student organizations collaborate on SSMU ‘Divest for Human Rights’ motion, by[Read More…]
This week on the show: • McGill announces gradual rollout of ‘Tier 2’ academic in-person activities • Some Schulich students allege that a recent in-person ensemble rehearsal posed a COVID-19 risk Episode links: • McGill plans to implement Tier 2 in-person academic activities, by News Editor Kate Addison www.mcgilltribune.com/news/09-02-2021/ •[Read More…]