As Zoom continues to pervade every aspect of life, Halloween is proving to be no exception. Although there won’t be the chance to romp down St. Laurent in a pair of Dollarama bunny ears this year, you can still dress up and be festive. While not optimal, Zoom filters can[Read More…]
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Meals For Milton-Parc is a newly created meal-share initiative developed by U3 Arts student Sophie Hart that aims to provide unhoused people in the Milton-Parc neighbourhood with food and care packages. The initiative was started on Oct. 7 upon Hart’s realization that there was no McGill organization which directly sought[Read More…]
As restaurants and coffee shops shut their dining rooms due to Montreal’s re-entry into the red zone, students are increasingly turning to take-out meals. Whether as a special treat or a weekly habit, students often find themselves in a take out rut, ordering from the same restaurants instead of taking[Read More…]
With Montreal’s recent re-entry into the red zone, students now find themselves back in quarantine mode. Whether isolating due to exposure to COVID-19, quarantining after testing positive, or simply limiting their contact in accordance with provincial recommendations, students in Montreal will be spending more time indoors during the coming months.[Read More…]
Many students are at a loss for places to catch-up with friends and maintain a social life while staying safe during the ongoing pandemic. Parks are the perfect place for students to ensure their safety and enjoy the fall in Montreal. While the sun is still shining and the leaves[Read More…]
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