The provincial government fined McGill more than $2 million last week in response to the university’s controversial tuition hike for its MBA program, which raised to tuition to $29,500 per year. The massive increase in tuition—which had previously been $2,068 for Quebec students and $5,668 for students from other provinces—was[Read More…]
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Morton Mendelson discusses diversity and discrimination
Matt Essert Two weeks ago, Deputy Provost (Student Life and Learning) Morton Mendelson presented to the University Senate the findings of the Diversity Survey conducted over the past year and a half that was designed to find out more about the composition of McGill’s student body. The survey, to[Read More…]
Media Diets at McGill
The Atlantic Wire regularly prints a column entitled “Media Diet,” in which prominent writers and editors describe how they sift through the masses of information available everyday through various media outlets. Although these students have not reached the same level of literary fame as the Atlantic’s contributors, their media diets[Read More…]
Between the Lines
Credits: Theo Meyer, Meg Cramer, Ellie Marshall, with thanks to the Tribune editorial board Duration: 5:00 Posted: 10.8.10 This week’s episode of Between the Lines, we hit the streets to take in the sounds and sights of Pop Montreal and find out what students think about the food services boycott.
Between the Lines
In this episode of Between the Lines, the Tribune Editorial Board recaps the Architecture Cafe Rally and the ongoing drama that is AUS Frosh’s financial complications. Tune in for exciting news every week from this fantastic TVMcGill – Tribune collaboration.
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In this episode of Between the Lines, the Tribune Editorial Board explores the mystery that is the Athletics Board and the drama that is unfolding surrounding AUS Frosh’s financial complications. Tune in for exciting news every week from this fantastic TVMcGill – Tribune collaboration.
Glazer discusses segregation, immigration, and education
Nathan Glazer, the prominent sociologist and professor emeritus at Harvard, delivered two lectures at McGill last week. Glazer is perhaps best known for Beyond the Melting Pot, a pioneering study of different ethnic groups in New York City that he co-authored with Daniel Patrick Moynihan in 1963.
Newburgh to face J-Board
Four weeks after the Students’ Society’s Winter General Assembly, the SSMU Judicial Board has accepted a submission from members of Solidarity for Palestinian Human Rights concerning the impartiality of Zach Newburgh, the current speaker of SSMU Council and next year’s SSMU president.
McMUN keynote speaker Justin Trudeau talks politics and more
Justin Trudeau, the Liberal MP for the northern Montreal riding of Papineau, served as the keynote speaker at the McGill Model United Nations conference on Thursday. Trudeau, the son of the late prime minister, sat down with the Tribune to discuss his undergraduate days at McGill, prorogation, and his life outside of politics.
Mitchell Miller and hockey culture’s continued failure
Content warning: Racism, ableism, physical assault, bullying What comes to mind when you think of hockey culture? Sexual assault? Hazing? Racism? There is no doubt that the culture of Canada’s game is a travesty to all those it touches. The recent Hockey Canada scandal has provoked an unprecedented level of[Read More…]