As winter comes to a close in Montreal, Multimedia Editor Sarah Ford presents a slow reflection on the season’s natural beauty and wildlife activity.
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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…]
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…]
In the first episode of the Change Makers podcast, Multimedia Editor Sarah Ford speaks with Andrea Brazeau, an Inuk fourth year Education student who has been fighting for the Quebec government to provide better wifi to Nunavik. They discuss the implications of the issue, the government’s inaction, and what McGill[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…]
Multimedia Editor Sarah Ford explores McGill’s Macdonald campus, and learns how it differs from McGill’s downtown campus in its location, departments, and atmosphere. Edit: This video incorrectly states the degrees offered at McGill’s Macdonald campus. The five degrees offered are as follows: Nutritional Science, Food Science, Agricultural and Environmental Science,[Read More…]
Multimedia Editor Sarah Ford explores the importance of appreciating and noticing local wildlife through an interview with Professor David Green.