Dante Ventulieri

Dante started contributing to The Tribune in Fall 2020 and served as a staff writer for Student Life from 2021-2022, while he pursued a BA in Political Science and Urban Systems. After a gap year, he returned to McGill for his Master of Urban Planning and to the Tribune as Student Life Editor.

Dante is fascinated with all aspects of city living, local politics, transportation, and housing. As a lifetime resident of Montreal, he is a big Canadiens and PWHL Montreal fan.

You can reach Dante at [email protected].

Posts by Dante Ventulieri

Farewell to The Tribune: Messages from our graduating editors

Suzanna Graham, Arts and Entertainment Editor: Three years ago, I felt disconnected from McGill, Montreal, and my fellow students. In the last week of my first year, a friend of a friend suggested I write for a school paper. The second week of second year, I ran from class to[Read More…]

McGill’s policy on social injury leaves few options for protesters

On March 28, McGill’s Provost and Executive Vice-President (Academic) informed the campus community via email that “some protestors and picketers again attempted to disrupt University activities” and that “police made at least one arrest and the university has chosen to press charges.” Reports suggest the disruptive actions were carried out[Read More…]

The surrealism of ‘Problemista’ elevates its poignancy

Scored with futuristically unsettling synth melodies and interjecting choral staccatos, narrator and famed arthouse actress Isabella Rosellini relays the complicated and costly process of acquiring a sponsored visa in the United States in Problemista. What begins visually as a cramped, two-room equation expands into a maze-like structure of trapdoors, fluorescent[Read More…]

Julie’s hot takes

The PWHL Trophy should have a different name Fans of the Professional Women’s Hockey League (PWHL) may have followed the unveiling of the new prize that will crown the team that wins the playoff, the best of the best of that year: The Walter Cup. Designed by renowned jeweler Tiffany[Read More…]

Thank you, Freddy

I first got to know Fred Vardon in my second year at McGill, after seeing him every night at 8:55 p.m. in the Islamic Studies Library. Right before closing at 9 p.m., Vardon would empty the trash can by my adopted desk on the second floor, and that was my[Read More…]

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