In 2010, I wrote my first ever social media post: “What is this Buzz thing?” I typed it out on the family computer, posted it to the now-defunct Google Buzz, and immediately clicked the like button on my own post. Looking back on it now, it’s difficult to believe it[Read More…]
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Down the Rabbit Hole Café
Every Friday at the Rabbit Hole Café, McGill students can be found huddled over Tupperware in the eclectic basement of the Yellow Door, seated at packed tables under a sprinkling of fairy lights. Serving up vegan lunches out of 3625 rue Aylmer for a suggested donation of around $3, the[Read More…]
Vertical gardens brighten residence cafeterias
As the long Montreal winter approaches, students are dreading the months of monochrome monotony to come, from cement buildings to white walls. The SSMU Environment Committee, in partnership with Montreal-based hydroponics company Nutritower and the Sustainability Projects Fund, hopes to change that by bringing greenery to residence cafeterias. Sustainability Commissioner[Read More…]
Bike and scooter-shares are changing the way Montrealers commute
With concern for climate change at an all-time high, autumn in Montreal is a great time for students to explore new eco-friendly ways to get around the city. BIXI and JUMP bikes and Lime and Bird e-scooters offer fun, cost-effective options that do not contribute to the pollution problem exacerbated[Read More…]
Signs of the times: 65 years of the Beatty Lecture
While students eagerly await Jane Goodall’s upcoming lecture on Sept. 26, they may be unaware of the history behind the star-studded Beatty Lecture series, named in honour of Sir Edward Beatty. Returning 40 years after her first lecture in 1979, Goodall will be the first repeat speaker in Beatty Lecture[Read More…]
Best Looks on Earth: Student Style at OAP
OAP is more than a back-to-school barbeque; it’s also the perfect opportunity to survey McGill’s unique brand of street style, which this year included an abundance of relaxed-fit pants, one-of-a-kind customized pieces, and lived-in sneakers. The McGill Tribune spoke with OAP’s slickest students about their fashion inspirations, stories, and favourite pieces,[Read More…]
Montreal anti-colonial group claims responsibility for vandalism
In a May 17 press release, the Montreal May Anarchists (MMA) claimed responsibility for vandalizing the statue of John A. Macdonald in Place du Canada and the statue of Queen Victoria in front of the Schulich School of Music on Sherbrooke street. According to their statement, the group doused the[Read More…]
Tribune Tries: Dumpster diving
SSMU Environment workshop highlights issues of food waste.
Mapping McGill’s campus
McGill’s Open Mapping Group collaboratively tracks accessible routes on campus.
A look inside Verdun’s zero waste Le 5e Cafe.