Most incoming McGill students know about the rites of passage that they’ll experience, like living alone for the first time or a late night at McLennan cramming for an exam. What these students don’t know is that, at this university, there is another experience considered equally formative: Their first trip[Read More…]
Tag: Cafe Campus
Whether you are a first year or otherwise, navigating nights out in Montreal can prove to be quite tricky and an honest testament to one’s patience. Home to infamous locations such as Tokyo, Suwu, and Cafe Campus, Saint Laurent tends to be an obvious choice for many McGillians on any[Read More…]
In appreciation of Mardi Retro.
With over 40,000 students, McGill is a hub for social interaction, where every conversation between students has the potential to initiate a lifelong friendship. In addition to their ride or dies, all students have a couple of friends that they may not want to admit to having. To highlight these[Read More…]
“Chill is explosive,” is the opening line of the weekly Tuesday night showcase of the Kalmunity Vibe Collective. This idea rang true throughout the three hour set. Held at Petit Campus, the lesser known first floor of Café Campus, Kalmunity’s unique approach to improvised jazz is as captivating as it[Read More…]
As I stuck out my wrist for a stamp guaranteeing entry into Petit Campus on Tuesday, I was expecting tonight’s experience to be pretty much in line with the average night out at Café Campus: Too many strangers moving together with all the synchronicity of two non-matching puzzle pieces, and[Read More…]