Multimedia Editor Alex Hinton helped bring to life Staff Writer Zoe Babad-Palmer’s article on her passion for the Balisong, a type of butterfly knife.
Contributor Brian Shatteman explores the neighbourhood of Le Plateau, bringing viewers along for a mixed-media tour of its buildings, parks, and atmosphere.
Multimedia Editor Alex Hinton sat down with 3 members of Democrats Abroad at McGill to talk about their involvement and reaction to the 2020 US Presidential Election.
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…]
The petition #TakeJamesMcGillDown gained thousands of signatures this past summer. Multimedia Editor Alex Hinton spoke with some of the organizers of the movement to dive into its history and the response it has received.
Staff producer Noah Vaton documents how he has attempted to pass the time while Montreal is in a red zone, and provides some words of advice for this challenging period.
This year’s SSMU executives discuss their accomplishments, goals, and hopes for the next two semesters.
Contributor Monica T. shares some strategies from her experiences with taking exams at McGill. Monica is the creator of the Youtube channel “I wish I knew”, where she explores the skills and knowledge she wishes she had during her time at McGill University. She shares resources with the goal of[Read More…]
The McGill Tribune · What’s open at McGill? Since McGill University has slowly started the reopening process, we spoke with two McGill leaders. They shared the creative ways they are attempting to bring campus back to life with new safety procedures.
In the first episode of McGill Explained, Multimedia Editor Alex Hinton dives into the reasons that cause people to make such large donations to universities, and highlights some of the stories behind the names of McGill buildings that have become part of everyday vocabulary.