McGill Once, McGill Twice : Tips For The Incoming Student

By Preyansh Kaushik Hey there! Congratulations on your admission to McGill! I’m sure the last couple of days have been a mix of excitement infused with anxiety, but trust me when I say that you’re going to enjoy the thrill. I’m sure throughout this issue of the Ledger and your orientation in general, you’ve come


Meet Montreal’s Biggest Engineering Firms

By Celia Hameury    Montreal is a city which attracts many students from all over the world, due to its multiple renowned universities. However, when students come to Montreal to study engineering, what many don’t realize is that this city is also home to several significant engineering firms, where McGill students can find internships and


FB @ McGill 101 : Intro To Facebook Groups At McGill

By Amine Mallek Welcome to the Faculty of Engineering of McGill University. You’ve worked hard to get here, congratulations! This orientation week will introduce you to your new friends and your new home, the McGill community. But let me introduce you to McGill … on Facebook. As a freshman, chances are you’re already aware of the


Grounded: The Boeing 737 MAX 8 Situation Recapped

By Celia Hameury It all began on October 29th, 2018, when the first Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft crashed in the Java sea, 12 minutes after taking off from Jakarta. A total of 189 people were killed, including the Lion Air crew. As the deadliest airplane accident in Lion Air history and the second deadliest


Plumber’s Student Design : Art For Students, By Students

By Imane Chafi Plumber’s Student Design is a student-led design committee that creates artistic and graphic design projects to promote ingenuity and creativity within the McGill engineering community. If you like to paint, design or draw, and you want to take part in large-scale projects to add colour to your school, the Plumber’s Student Design