Ghazal Azizi

Ghazal Azizi is an Iranian student journalist focused on labour relations and legal battles at McGill. She joined The Tribune in 2021 as a Contributor and later served as a News Editor from 2022-2023. Ghazal has worked on investigative pieces about donor interference on campus, produced multimedia stories about the Montreal Experiments, and inaugurated Along Party Lines—a column dedicated to unpacking local politics for young voters.

She studies political science, philosophy, and communications, and is active as a Youth Volunteer with the End Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) Canada Network. Get in touch with her at [email protected].

Posts by Ghazal Azizi

Quebec students and faculty mobilize against provincial government’s proposed tuition hikes

Students and faculty from McGill, Concordia, and Bishop’s University protested against the Quebec government’s proposed tuition increases for out-of-province and international students attending anglophone universities on Oct. 30. Quebec Minister of Higher Education Pascale Déry announced the tuition hike on Oct. 13. Quebec will double tuition fees from about $9,000[Read More…]

McGill hit with class action lawsuit for alleged mind control, brainwashing experiments from 1943 to 1964

Content Warning: Descriptions of medical abuse, physical abuse, and psychological torture Charles Tanny visited the Allan Memorial Institute, a research and psychiatric centre operated by McGill’s Royal Victoria Hospital, in August 1957. He was referred to the Allan after experiencing pain in his face, a condition his family doctor believed[Read More…]

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