The Shag Shop, McGill’s sexual health boutique, closed its physical location in the Student Health Clinic last April, with plans to open an online store this semester.
Bill C-620, the Intern Protection Act, was tabled by Member of Parliament (MP) Laurin Liu this June in the House of Commons.
The Shag Shop, a sexual health boutique run by Student Health Services (SHS), closed its physical location in April 2014, and will begin to operate online in October this semester.
The new smoke-free policy at the McLennan-Redpath Terrace has received positive reception since its implementation last May.
Last Thursday and Friday, the Quebec Superior Court heard an injunction filed by Ge Sa, a graduate student at McGill and internal affairs officer of the Post-Graduate Students’ Society (PGSS), against the Canadian Federation of Students (CFS).
With the city’s construction on McTavish Street to continue until October, provisions have been made to facilitate students’ usage of the SSMU Building in the upcoming months.
Student groups published an open letter to McGill on March 24 to express their frustration at the lack of a formal sexual assault policy at the university as well as propose various measures to consider in the implementation of one. The letter also requested increased consultation with the student body[Read More…]
Growing concerns about the state of the humanities both at McGill and in academia were the topics of a roundtable discussion called “McGill for Humanities” on April 1. Hosted by the Department of English Student Association (DESA), the event was one in a series of four organized by English professor[Read More…]
Strengthening research, learning environments, and the university’s connection to society is at the forefront of McGill’s priorities for the next five years, according to a March 28 address by Principal Suzanne Fortier. In front of 180 members of the McGill community, Fortier touched on improvements that are necessary in the[Read More…]
Cycling regulations on campus could undergo substantial changes following the work of McGill’s Cycling Working Group, which is scheduled for release in April. The group was created in order to analyze issues regarding bicycles on campus, with the goal of devising a well-compromised accommodation for cyclists at the university. Its[Read More…]