When it was announced that a two-time Fulbright-winning Harvard-PhD professor from the University of Alabama was coming to speak at McGill about her new book, most students probably weren’t expecting it to be titled Good Sex. But when professor of gender and cultural studies Catherine Roach visited McGill on March[Read More…]
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Five small habits to reduce your digital ecological footprint
Even though the internet is not a space we associate with physical resources or landscapes, it very much affects it. It is an unfathomably large resource and therefore requires resources to sustain it, even if it seems as simple as opening your laptop. Studies estimate that digital technologies are responsible[Read More…]
When in doubt, eat out (of your fridge): Veggie leftovers soup
We all know the crushing feeling of opening the fridge and finding nothing to eat—with the exception, of course, of your leftover scraps, some languishing vegetables, and a bunch of mystery containers. Instead of giving in and going out, here’s how to save money, clean out your fridge, and minimize[Read More…]