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International students raise concern over Fall 2021 in-person add/drop period

Travel restrictions, immigration concerns, and quarantine requirements, such as the compulsory three-day hotel stay, are among the uncertainties McGill’s international students have expressed concern about regarding travel to Montreal for the Fall 2021 term. Some international students are pushing for a remote delivery option for the add/drop period so that they […]

SPHR McGill hosts rally at Place-des-Arts to voice support for Palestinian liberation

In response to the recent escalation of ongoing Israeli state-sanctioned violence against Palestinians in occupied Palestine, Students in Solidarity for Palestinian Human Rights (SPHR) McGill, along with the Coordinating Council in Support of Palestine, organized a rally on the steps outside of the performing arts centre Place-des-Arts on May 30. […]

38 Spesh holds back the potential of Benny the Butcher and 38 Spesh’s ‘Trust The Sopranos’

Riding a train powered by the gritty, imaginative imagery of street crime and new-age lyricism, Griselda Records member Benny the Butcher’s 2020 and 2021 albums have been consistently potent. 38 Spesh, one of Benny’s lesser-known yet widely accredited contemporaries, collaborates with Benny on Trust The Sopranos, an 11-track LP. To […]

Change Makers Episode 4: Tori Ford

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 […]

Sarah Stevenson’s ‘Before the Storm’ explores the turbulent intimacy of stillness

When one enters the Fonderie Darling main hall, they find themselves wandering through an industrial room populated by a family of six colourful hanging wire skeletons. These grand sculptural ghosts—resembling airy animal shells, phantom produce, and woven costumes—are the manifestations of human experiences. Montreal-based artist Sarah Stevenson’s new exhibition, Before […]