Healthy McGill

By Sharon Katttar When you enter a new environment, things may seem overwhelming; you may be in a completely different atmosphere, having come from elsewhere, or you might be lucky enough to still be leeching off your parents. Either way, you may get the feeling that you’re in it alone… (super cliché comment coming up)


Rewrite Your Narrative

March 2020—a month that kicked off an arc in our lives that we are sure to remember forever. In case it has been too long to recall what’s so important about it: less than two weeks into the month of March (and less than a week after reading week), COVID-19 was declared a global pandemic. Schools shut down,


The Pandemic Cooking School

By Abhimukth Chaudhuri and Sharon Kattar   It’s 2021 and if your new year’s resolution is “I’m going to cook more and eat out less,” we are going to help you. This is a great resolution because it has so many layers to it. Firstly, by eating out less you are going to save so


Plant Pandemics

By Charlotte Volk By now, everyone on Earth has had their lives impacted in some way by the COVID-19 pandemic. Global pandemics rip indiscriminately through human populations, causing death and devastation wherever they go. Often, new disease-causing pathogens “jump” from animal to human species, infecting us with something that our immune systems have no defense