Content Warning: Mentions of sex Have you noticed your Instagram feed filling up with your fellow students’ intimate, hilarious, disgusting, and bizarre confessions? For those who follow the account Spotted: McGill, the answer is yes. The popular page allows students to anonymously confess whatever they wish to the public via[Read More…]
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Community, Commemoration, and the Collective Archive Matthew Molinaro, Managing Editor Last semester, I started working in the Black Students’ Network (BSN) archive as part of my elected responsibilities in our political portfolio. In our small office nestled in the University Centre, I sat in front of hundreds of books, an[Read More…]
Some of you reading this title of this piece are likely having the same reaction I had upon hearing about the Montreal International Laureate Film Festival (MILF Fest): Why haven’t I heard about it before and how do I get to it? It’s an independent film festival, but, alas, not[Read More…]
It’s a beautiful day: Birds chirping overhead, cyclists zooming by, neighbours and shopkeepers chatting, people enjoying shawarma and poutine on benches. No, you’re not in a park. You’re in the middle of the Plateau, on Mont-Royal Avenue—and there are no carbon-dioxide–spewing vehicles in sight. Montreal’s pedestrian-only streets, which can be[Read More…]