This week on the show: The SSMU General Assembly loses quorum, fails to pass Divest for Human Rights motion Legislative Council debates and approves the Divest for Human Rights motion Judicial Board holds a hearing re-interpreting a 2016 Boycotts, Divestments, Sanctions (BDS) ruling An investigation into the curfew’s impact on[Read More…]
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This week on the show: • 7 student organizations come together to pen a motion demanding that McGill divest from companies complicit in human rights • Governance: SSMU Legislative council • Governance: McGill Board of Governors Episode links: • Student organizations collaborate on SSMU ‘Divest for Human Rights’ motion, by[Read More…]
This week on the show: • McGill announces gradual rollout of ‘Tier 2’ academic in-person activities • Some Schulich students allege that a recent in-person ensemble rehearsal posed a COVID-19 risk Episode links: • McGill plans to implement Tier 2 in-person academic activities, by News Editor Kate Addison www.mcgilltribune.com/news/09-02-2021/ •[Read More…]
This week on the show: SSMU Finance Commissioner Sébastien Duckett takes us through the Finance Committee’s new report, “Investigation into the SSMU’s Student Fee Policies,” — a deep dive into current fee practices and policy that reveals a lack of financial due diligence and accountability, and contains recommendations to rectify[Read More…]
The McGill Tribune · The T: “Residence Exclusions and an Open Letter on Academic Freedom”, Jan. 29 News Editor Sequoia Kim provides a weekly roundup of McGill news. Listen here through SoundCloud, or search for the title on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. This week on the show: In conversation with[Read More…]
The McGill Tribune · The T: “Know Your Tenant Rights” Jan. 22 News Editor Sequoia Kim provides a weekly roundup of McGill news. Listen here through SoundCloud, or search for the title on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. This week on the show: An Investigative feature brought to you by Nina[Read More…]
Thousands gathered at Place Émilie-Gamelin on Oct. 3 to participate in a peaceful demonstration, organized by the Native Women’s Shelter of Montreal and its Executive Director Nakuset, Iskweu, and Janis Qavavauq-Bibeau, to demand justice for Joyce Echaquan. Joyce was a 37-year-old Atikamekw woman and mother of seven who faced racist[Read More…]