Change Makers Episode 5: Modern Manhood

In the fifth episode of Change Makers, Multimedia Editor Noah Vaton speaks with Lenny Lenhard, a recent McGill graduate, and the founder of Modern Manhood. A pilot project run by men, and made for men, working to positively redefine what it means to be a man.

McGill’s Lettuce Club: The Inaugural Meeting

Multimedia Editor Noah Vaton documents the thrilling inaugural McGill Lettuce Club Meeting. He outlines a complete history of how the event came to be, the excitement surrounding the event amongst McGill students, footage live from the event, and post-meeting interviews with both the original founder and this years winner, the[Read More…]

‘Lettuce eat’: McGill’s first lettuce-eating competition a success

Despite the stress of adjusting to a hybrid semester, McGill students ‘romaine’ committed to cultivating a vibrant campus culture. Case in point: The unbe-leaf-able turnout for McGill’s first-ever lettuce-eating competition, which took place at the lower field on Sept. 24.  Upwards of 150 people, ranging from enthusiastic participants to bemused[Read More…]

The Best Samosas in Montreal

Multimedia Editors Alex Hinton and Noah Vaton explored Montreal searching for McGill’s favorite pastry. They tried 4 of the best samosa spots near McGill’s downtown campus and offered comprehensive reviews on them all.

Change Makers Episode 4: Tori Ford

In the fourth episode of Change Makers, Multimedia Editor Noah Vaton speaks with Tori Ford, an award-winning gender health equity advocate, researcher, and entrepreneur on a mission to eliminate sexism, shame, and stigma from health experiences. She is is the founder of Medical Herstory, a youth-led not-for-profit advancing gender health[Read More…]

Change Makers Episode 3: Designs for a Difference

In this episode of the Change Makers podcast, Staff Producer Noah Vaton speaks with the two founders of Designs for a Difference, Jesse Ye and Tai Nguyen. Together, they founded the Non-Profit Clothing Brand, in an attempt to try and help raise money for different organizations. They discuss how the[Read More…]

Connecting on CourseLnk

Staff producer Noah Vaton speaks with Seb Danson, a second year computer science major who partnered with his friends to develop CourseLnk, an app designed to help students connect with their classmates.

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