Opinion

The (Milton) Gates of Hell

The (Milton) Gates of Hell

The Berlin Wall. The U.S.-Mexico border. The thick layer of insect repellent that lines the…

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Letters: Between Holiday Madness and Holiday Kindness

Guest submission by Andrea Kotiadis

While most of us here at McGill are conscientious and involved students, constantly in pursuit of getting the most out of our university experience, are we doing enough for our overall community?

With the upcoming holiday season, and as all the bit more cheerful that…

27 Nov 1:00 PM 14 Read More...

The Curtain Call for St. Laurent

Regulars to their set would call it one Montreal’s best live acts. This October, however, the music group Kalmunity met a harsh critic – the police. After a decade of performances, their modest weekly act was deemed too raucous for the Plateau borough, earning them a hefty fine at Les…

25 Nov 2:00 PM 23 Read More...

Run on the SAQ

The Devastating Economic, Political and Social Consequences of an Alcohol Shortage

SOPHIA SUNDERJI
OPINION WRITER

The end of the world is near. Forget a financial crisis or a run on the bank. Anticipate a run on the SAQ. Better yet, let’s hit up Bordeaux and stock up on wine…

20 Nov 1:57 PM 9 Read More...

Check Yourself... And Your Facts

It’s okay to be a little boring, if you can back yourself up.
I know we history students may seem somewhat tedious. But you know what? We tell the truth. Historical argument is based in verifiable fact. Unfortunately, facts seem to be at an all-time low in our…

13 Nov 1:55 PM 23 Read More...

Remembrance Day: The Real Rambo Was A Canadian

October 12 marked the five-year anniversary of Sargeant Leo Major’s death. If you find yourself asking “who in the world is Leo Major?” you may find solace in the fact that virtually every reader is wondering the exact same thing. A Google search on the fifth anniversary of…

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