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Let your Stream of Consciousness Flow

Thursday October 30, 12 – 2 p.m.

Y-intersection on lower campus.

Come out to the centre of campus and free-style to raise funds for the McGill student comedy magazine The Red Herring.

Lacrosse

Saturday, November 1, 7 p.m.

Forbes Field, 3883 University

The men’s lacrosse team will have its biggest event of the season in a quarterfinals game against Bishop’s University, their rival. All their games against Bishop’s are close and exciting to watch, so show up in droves with your McGill spirit and red tuques, because it’s supposed to around freezing!

LAL live in Montreal

Saturday, November 1, 9 p.m.

Club Lambi (4465 St. Laurent)

Chill out to Toronto’s own multi-ethnic, down-tempo, soul, electronica artists LAL. Entry is on a sliding scale of $5-$10, with proceeds going to the McGill Anti-Racist Coalition.

Beats from Beirut: Aks’ser Lebanon’s hip-hop ensemble in Montreal with Nomadic Massive

Sunday, November 2, 8 p.m.

La Sala Rossa, 4848 St. Laurent

Listen to socially conscious hip hop representing struggles for social justice and opposition to colonialism, featuring front-line hip hop music, representing Beirut to Montreal, and Lebanon’s celebrated Aks’ser hip-hop ensemble, including Rayees Bek and Iben Foulen, travelling to Montreal from Lebanon for this special concert. Cost is $17.

Submit to The Vegan

Animal Liberties at McGill is calling for submissions for the second edition of The McGill Vegan: a newsletter for anything relating to animal rights and vegan outreach. They welcome submissions of book reviews, news articles, interviews, feature articles, comic strips, recipes, and anything else that comes to mind! This semester’s edition of The McGill Vegan is scheduled to come out in mid-November, so submissions are needed by November 7. Send your submissions and feedback to themcgillvegan@gmail.com.

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