Stop It, Madonna

Miami’s Ultra Music Festival is one of the biggest weekends on any electronic music fan’s calendar. The event brings together hundreds of the world’s most popular DJs and producers for three days of the best live sets electronic music has to offer, fromA-Trak to Zedd. This year, the festival waslivestreamed over YouTube, and[Read More…]

Microsoft’s UEFI is anti-competitive

The difference between software and hardware has long been somewhat blurry. Software is a vital part in any computer system, from supercomputersto smart phones, yet the software on a device can be largely independent from the hardware. For now, consumers have the freedom to choose the software they would like to[Read More…]

Microsoft’s UEFI is anti-competitive

The difference between software and hardware has long been somewhat blurry. Software is a vital part in any computer system, from supercomputers to smart phones, yet the software on a device can be largely independent from the hardware. For now, consumers have the freedom to choose the software they would[Read More…]

Stop It, Madonna

Miami’s Ultra Music Festival is one of the biggest weekends on any electronic music fan’s calendar. The event brings together hundreds of the world’s most popular DJs and producers for three days of the best live sets electronic music has to offer, from A-Trak to Zedd. This year, the festival[Read More…]

[email protected] – Research Profiles

Jörg Kienzle The term ‘video game’ means different things to different people. For some, it brings back suppressed high school memories. For others, it’s on the Friday night agenda. For a group of computer science and software engineering professors and students at McGill, however, a video game research project is[Read More…]

[email protected] – Research Profiles

Sometimes research on the tiniest things can have the biggest impact, a fact that has driven the computer industry for the last 50 years. Professor Nathaniel Quitoriano, head of the Semiconductor Nanostructures Lab in the department of mining and materials engineering at McGill, researches silicon and other semiconductor materials on[Read More…]

Penn State scandal bigger than football

Last Wednesday, the Penn State board of trustees fired football coach Joe Paterno and President Graham Spanier in connection with the recently uncovered child abuse scandal. Shortly after the announcement, a few hundred Penn State students took to the streets in support of their beloved ‘JoePa,’ tipping over cars, knocking[Read More…]

McGill dominated ball possession. (Simon Poitrimolt / McGill Tribune)

Chapman proves key in defensive struggle

The Redmen rugby team was in for a challenge on Wednesday night against the Concordia Stingers. First, an ineligibilty issue had retroactively voided their first four regular season games, sending McGill from the top to the bottom of the RSEQ standings. Second, the Redmen were facing a revamped Stingers’ side,[Read More…]

Super Bowl Predictions

Steven Lampert, Sports Editor:  Giants 24, Patriots 21 Christopher Nardi, Sports Editor:  Patriots 35, Giants 24 Ryan Taylor, Managing Editor:  Patriots 26, Giants 23 Shannon Kimball, Editor-in-Chief:  Giants 35, Patriots 28  Iain Macdonald, Production Manager: Patriots 1, Giants 0 Nick Petrillo, A&E Editor:  Patriots 49, Giants 24  Richard Martyn-Hemphill,  Opinion Editor:  Giants 14, Patriots 7 Tribune[Read More…]

Read the latest issue