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Advice from a Senior

Advice from a Senior

I remember walking into the Bronfman building for the first time in 2009. It was, to say…

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Super Smash Christmas

This piece is the first of a new memoir series by the Bull & Bear Lifestyle section. Each month, Lifestyle writer Charlie Harkness will be sharing personal anecdotes about life as a student, life at McGill, or just life in general.  
My older brother Rob who had come home from…

15 Dec 1:00 PM 9 Read More...

Away We Go

A last minute checklist for your upcoming exchange adventure

As the end of the semester swiftly approaches, many students on campus have the added stress of preparing for an upcoming exchange in the winter semester. The preparation process practically amounts to the workload of a sixth course; however, it can…

11 Dec 4:32 PM 9 Read More...

Trying to Keep Sane

Navigating your way through McGill Mental Health Services
by Caroline Corbett-Thompson

Almost everyone has a horror story concerning McGill’s Mental Health and/or counselling services. This is how it usually starts: you visit the office hoping to find kind words of solace, but all you get is a…

08 Dec 9:37 PM 0 Read More...

Organic Food for Thought

Musings from a Kelowna Kid on the McTavish Farmer’s Market and the meaning of “organic”
By Charlie Harkness

I moved to Montreal from Kelowna, a small city in the interior of the Okanagan Valley, in British Columbia’s wine country. I felt homesick living in the downtown center of…

27 Nov 3:55 PM 17 Read More...

Reuse to Re-Fuse

Breathe new life into pesky food scraps
by Don Wang

Sometimes when you cook, doesn’t it feel like you throw more food away than what you actually use in the pot? Say goodbye to waste, this article will give you some tricks to reduce and reuse food scraps in…

24 Nov 1:07 PM 34 Read More...