Recently, The Joe Rogan Experience, now a Spotify-exclusive podcast that brings in an estimated 11 million listens per episode, has come under scrutiny for platforming COVID-19 misinformation. The episode that initially spread controversy featured an interview between host Joe Rogan and Dr. Robert Malone, in which the pair discussed multiple[Read More…]
Multimedia Editor Farah Elmajdoub takes you on a sound walk throughout McGill campus starting from the Roddick Gates. As you tune in to this podcast, keep your awareness alert to what may unfold during your walk.
With the start of virtual classes, it feels like we’ve been jolted out of a limbo. Still, with Netflix binges about to be replaced by Zoom classes, we can at least say that our five months indoors have given us plenty to watch, listen to, and read. The pandemic aside,[Read More…]
The term ‘science education’ often brings to mind stressful chemistry labs, memorizing biology facts from a textbook, or struggling to read dry, confusing research papers. Such learning methods may work for those specializing in a particular field, but do little to convey the ideas to a broader audience. Morgan Sweeney,[Read More…]
Podcast addresses post-graduation anxiety.
The Tribune talks to Sarah Segal-Lazar about her play “Don’t Read the Comments”, and how artists are shining a light on our discourse surrounding sexual violence.
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[Read More…]
McGill Tribune Sports Editors Gabe Nisker and Miya Keilin discuss the MLB playoffs & McGill baseball. Then, Gabe sits down with the Athletic’s Eno Sarris to talk about baseball, sandwiches, and much more!
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.
In the second episode of Change My View, the Tribune Podcast where fringe opinions are put to the test, four Tribune editors consider the question: Are we adults?