The Features section stands as a cornerstone of The Tribune, offering readers an in-depth exploration of a wide range of topics. Each week, we delve into stories that cut to the heart of McGill and the vast expanses of Canada, from uncovering injustices to exploring identity, with each Feature boasting its own bespoke design.

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Finding the way forward in urban green spaces

A guide to revitalizing our relationships with the land Photo Editor Mason Bramadat grew up in Yukon Territory, where he was immersed in nature. Reflecting on urban landscapes and the environment’s potential for healing, community building, and transformation, he offers a way forward for shared green spaces. Three weeks ago,[Read More…]

Home runs in a circular motion

As a kid with a penchant for playing house, I was always concerned by the ideal setup for community living. After much thought, around the age of eight, I decided that acquiring a barren piece of desert and erecting a flower-shaped cul-de-sac, with each petal boasting one house, would be[Read More…]

Restructuring our schools starts with our students

In the Feature of the Week: North American public schools reinforce systemic racial and socioeconomic inequity and marginalized students deserve better support. Opinion editor Isaiah Albert-Stein argues that educational reforms must center anti-oppressive practices and young people’s agency.

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