This week on the show: The SSMU General Assembly loses quorum, fails to pass Divest for Human Rights motion Legislative Council debates and approves the Divest for Human Rights motion Judicial Board holds a hearing re-interpreting a 2016 Boycotts, Divestments, Sanctions (BDS) ruling An investigation into the curfew’s impact on[Read More…]
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This week on the show: • McGill announces gradual rollout of ‘Tier 2’ academic in-person activities • Some Schulich students allege that a recent in-person ensemble rehearsal posed a COVID-19 risk Episode links: • McGill plans to implement Tier 2 in-person academic activities, by News Editor Kate Addison www.thetribune.ca/news/09-02-2021/ •[Read More…]
The McGill Tribune · The T: “Residence Exclusions and an Open Letter on Academic Freedom”, Jan. 29 News Editor Sequoia Kim provides a weekly roundup of McGill news. Listen here through SoundCloud, or search for the title on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. This week on the show: In conversation with[Read More…]
The Canadian federal government has appealed a ruling by the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal, that ordered them to pay reparations to First Nations children and their families who were separated by the child-welfare system. In response, on Oct. 19, Students’ Society of McGill University Indigenous Affairs Commissioner Tomas Jirousek and[Read More…]
We sat down with Indigenous Affairs Commissioner Tomas Jirousek as he looks back at his time with SSMU. Video by Sarah Ford and Aidan Martin.
With a new decade and the beginning of the winter semester, we asked some McGill students what 2020 means to them, and what resolutions they have for the new year. Video by Multimedia Editors Sarah Ford and Aidan Martin
On November 12, Divest McGill, C-JAM, and Greenpeace McGill held a manifestation to pressure McGill to divest. Our Multimedia Editors interviewed members of Divest McGill and other climate activists in Montreal to discuss their demands, achievements in the climate justice movement, and what’s in store for climate groups on campus.[Read More…]
On September 27, as part of a series of worldwide climate protests, Montreal held its second march for climate justice. The McGill contingent was organised by Climate Justice Action McGill (C-JAM), garnering around 3,000 students. 16-year-old Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg joined the greater Montreal rally, addressing a crowd of[Read More…]
On September 20, members of the McGill and Montreal community gathered on Lower Field to participate in the 19th Annual Pow Wow hosted by the First Peoples’ House. The celebration was part of the 9th Annual Indigenous Awareness Weeks which was organized by the McGill Indigenous Education Program. Video by[Read More…]
With the beginning of the semester in full force, The McGill Tribune took to the Y to ask students what they love (and hate) about being back at McGill for the fall. Video by Sarah Ford and Aidan Martin