The Post-Graduate Students’ Society (PGSS) is seeking to reapply to open a daycare centre after having been denied twice by the provincial government. Currently, members of the McGill community face a shortage of daycare spaces, with university waiting lists for daycare spaces running over 700 children. According to PGSS Member […]
Last Wednesday, students at Dawson College participated in workshops and held a demonstration to raise awareness about human trafficking.
Deputy Provost (Student Life and Learning) Ollivier Dyens stated that two new sections would be added to the McGill University Athletics and Recreation Guide to Varsity Sports for Student Athletes to further define varsity student-athlete context and varsity sport guiding principles and policies, in response to a question raised by […]
Première Moisson, the new dining option in the basement of Redpath Library, has drawn mixed reactions from students since opening earlier this month. The space, formerly occupied by Tim Hortons and Pizza Pizza, has been praised for its fair trade options, but criticized for its higher costs and for the […]
Last Thursday, Dr. Audra Simpson, a Mohawk scholar who received her PhD in Anthropology from McGill, and is currently an associate professor at Columbia University, addressed how McGill shaped her scholarly mind and the problems the university still faces in addressing indigenous issues at McGill’s first Indigenous Homecoming. Simpson discussed […]
On Sept. 4, the Canadians for a New Partnership initiative (CFNP) was officially launched in Ottawa.
Although private residences have had a presence in the Montreal area for a while, this past year has seen a surge in local private residences aimed at McGill students.
Last Wednesday, a panel of professors and faculty members led a discussion on McGill’s responsibilities with regards to safety on campus.
A shared space on campus for bikes and pedestrians could serve as a solution for the cycling regulations debate, according to Students’ Society of McGill University (SSMU) VP External, Amina Moustaqim-Barrette, who is also a member of the McGill Cycling Working Group.
The opening of the Student-Run Café (SRC) of the Students’ Society of McGill University (SSMU), The Nest, has been delayed until Sept. 29 after the SSMU executive team decided to afford more time to properly train Nest workers.