The Tribune team sits down with the boys from Ivytide to hear a couple tracks off their new EP!
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This week the Tribune recaps recent developments in the appointment of a independent investigator of sexual assault claims at the university, Milton-Parc community activism, and our nation-wide epipen shortage. In the latter half of the podcast we speak to Lucas Bird, the author of the contentious Tribune article “Quebec’s quest […]
McGill student Elliot Sinclair performs two originals and one cover for us at the Tribune office!
Editors at the McGill Tribune talk about voter apathy, how fall reading week created single-issue voters, and both the outgoing and incoming SSMU executives.
The Students’ Society of McGill University (SSMU) convened for its Winter General Assembly (GA) on March 26. Fewer than 350 students—the minimum requirement to meet quorum—attended the GA, forcing the assembly to become a consultative forum. All motions passed by a consultative forum can be added to the agenda of […]
With polls opening today, get to know your two SSMU Presidential candidates, Corinne Bulger and Tre Mansdoerfer.
How can we, as students, push for a more sustainable McGill? New progress at Solin hall provides a map to collaborating with McGill and making our residences, and our school, more sustainable.
A writer at Deadspin and Baseball Prospectus, Matt Sussman lent us his knowledge on Olympic curling and MLB free agency. Matt discusses the mixed doubles curling tournament, covering everything from the Canadians taking home gold to the bad boy of curling. He also breaks down the stories to watch in […]
Get the information you need on VP Finance Esteban Herpin’s accusation of VP External Connor Spencer and VP University Affairs Isabelle Oke of mismanagement of funding for AVEQ.
Students on the McGill Campus reflect on their personal understandings of and experiences with respect and inclusion. We ask what they feel the role of a University task force should be in promoting these values on campus. Some students worries about the limitations of the institution in addressing the issue; others hopeful about the dialogue that it might create.