Three weeks ago, protesters tore pages with a military recruitment ad out of The McGill Tribune, risking severe paper cuts to save their fellow students… Read More »You are here: Our cloak-and-dagger campus
Truth is, I’m quite disgusted with the outcome of last Monday’s mandatory candidates’ meeting, led by Elections McGill. There are too many regulations impeding candidates… Read More »Hyde Park: Why I dropped out of the SSMU election
Susan Jacoby’s book The Age of American Unreason is a pleasant combination of ornery traditionalism and vicious invective. She takes up the mantle of what… Read More »Hand to Mouth: Susan Jacoby and The Age of Unreason
Public-private partnerships (PPPs) are all the rage these days in Quebec City. Under the auspices of the Quebec Infrastructures Plan launched last Fall, the current… Read More »Seizing Solitude: The public-private problem
Vote Yes for acrostics! Re: “Vote Yes for The Daily” | Commentary | March 6, 2008 Daring Awesome Intelligent Legacy Yes!!! Vote YES!!!! Dina Cipin… Read More »Letters: Daily readers weigh in on the referendum and discuss this “blogging” fad
Despite the high-minded talk, debating isn’t about right or wrong answers. It’s about making your opponent look bad. I say this with the shameful authority… Read More »You Are Here: Karate chops and boxer shorts at the SSMU debates
Vote Yes for student autonomy! Never mind to which McGill press we are partial; as students of McGill University, we are mystified as to why… Read More »Letters: Readers rally to Daily’s side in time of peril!
Forever sitting in the back of the room, the prescient shit disturber arouses an array of emotions in his more starch-collared comrades. Pity, scorn, quiet… Read More »Public Editor: The Public Editor visits the Daily’s back pages