Juliet Morrison

Juliet started contributing to The Tribune‘s news section in her first year at McGill and served as News Editor for 2022-2023. She has written about sexual violence reporting trends, discrimination cases against the university, and the plights of McGill’s undergraduate student union. She hopes to continue covering stories about gender, institutional accountability, and social movements post graduation in 2024. 

Outside of The Tribune, Juliet works for the research project iMPACTS (Collaborations to Address Sexual Violence on Campus), where she examines media coverage of sexual violence.

You can reach her at [email protected]

Posts by Juliet Morrison

Revised McGill sexual violence policy allows survivors to know disciplinary results of their cases

Content Warning: Mention of sexual violence Survivors who report allegations of sexual violence to McGill can now request information about the specific disciplinary or administrative action taken by the university against their aggressor.  Quebec’s Act respecting access to documents held by public bodies and the protection of personal information had[Read More…]

Governance 101

Students’ Society of McGill University (SSMU)   What it is: The Students’ Society of McGill University is the undergraduate student union. SSMU supervises undergraduate clubs and student organizations, operates Gerts Bar & Café, and advocates on behalf of all undergraduates at the McGill Senate. SSMU is composed of six executive members,[Read More…]

Tribune Explains: The search for McGill’s new Principal

During a media roundtable on Aug. 24, Deputy Provost (Student Life and Learning) Fabrice Labeau answered questions about the changing leadership at McGill ahead of Principal and Vice-Chancellor Suzanne Fortier’s departure on Sept. 6. //The McGill Tribune// asked all the burning questions about the responsibilities of this crucial campus figure. [Read More…]

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