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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)

Add This to Your Reading List

By Sharon Kattar Something good that came out of COVID and the lockdown, other than saving my money, was the rekindling of my desire to read. I have always considered myself an avid reader. Growing up, I remember being told that I was quite bright for my age, and my parents would always say that

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

Book Review – The Break by Katherine Vermette

By Bianca Dubois CW: Violence, SA, Rape, Racism, and Addiction. The Break, written by Katherine Vermette, is a contemporary generational story in the North End of Winnipeg. Vermette being from the North End and Metis herself can describe the violence and prejudice of being indigenous with painstaking realism that is difficult to read at times.

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

Two-Zero-Two-One: A Compendium

By Deisha Paliwal   2020: the year  during which, somehow, everything and nothing happened. If you find yourself not wanting to look back on what this year brought, cast your gaze ahead instead. Here is your compendium of what to look for, look forward to, and look out for in 2021 (in no particular order).   

A Proper Rewind of 2020

By Sophia Gorbounov   As the seemingly never-ending year of 2020 draws to a close, most are looking to the future, hoping 2021 brings more good news than bad. However, we often forget that pearls of goodness were sprinkled throughout these turmoil-ridden 366 days. So, without further ado, here is a comprehensive list of 10


By Paul Hinta   It has been just over a month since the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a death that sent shockwaves throughout the United States and the rest of the world. For the last 27 years of her life, the honourable Justice served on the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS). Throughout

ELINE McGill: Academics, Engagement, and Inclusion

By Maxim Vitale (on behalf of ELINE)   In contrast to the rest of STEM, post-secondary engineering education suffers from a disconnect between the theory required of academic degrees and the practicality required of professional degrees, failing to meet what is demanded by both. Within the McGill EUS, a new committee founded this year strives to