One year into the pandemic that turned students’ lives upside down, The McGill Tribune’s Student Life team reflects on a tumultuous, yet occasionally triumphant, year. Holly Wethey; Contributor For the past two semesters, I have been living in my Plateau apartment, watching Montreal go from the orange zone to the[Read More…]
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As life has been turned upside down, Associate Provost (Teaching and Academic Programs) Christopher Buddle and the Student Life team of The McGill Tribune share their outlook on this unprecedented period in history, as well as what they are looking forward to when this crisis passes. Miguel Principe; Student Life[Read More…]
The question of student’s mental health has dominated discourse for the last year. The Tribune’s Multimedia team take to the Y to discuss students’ perception of McGill’s reactions to the ongoing mental health crisis across Canadian Universities.
The McGill Tribune takes to the Y to ask students what advice they would give to first year students beginning their journey at McGill.
What is the most valuable lesson you learned at McGill? Freshly graduated students share their wisdom. Video by Marie Labrosse
Multimedia contributor Sofia Mikton asks people on campus what ‘SSMU’ stands for, and asks them who has been most recently elected the President of the society.
The end of the school year is a time for reflection: Closing textbooks for the last time, packing apartment belongings into boxes, and sharing one last beer with friends at OAP leave many looking back on the past eight months with a little more wisdom. The McGill Tribune caught up with[Read More…]
What are we going to do without FourLoko? McGill students in the midst of their collective existential crises navigate their confusion, sadness, and anger in the wake of a city-wide depanneur ban on FourLoko.
As one of the most eventful years for North American politics in recent history, 2017 offered a slew of surprising and thought-provoking news stories. With the new year upon us, there are endless possibilities for what this year’s major political headlines will be. To get students’ thoughts the on the[Read More…]
When it comes to Halloween memories, everyone has had their share of tricks and treats. The McGill Tribune talked to students passing by the Y-Intersection about their spine-tingling, sugar-filled, sentimental recollections of Halloweens past. Sophie Sklar, U0 Arts “[I remember] always carving a pumpkin. That was like, the big shabang with[Read More…]