Jade Prévost-Manuel is a current Master of Media in Journalism & Communication student at Western University in London, Canada. She previously served as the Science and Technology Editor of The McGill Tribune and as an editorial assistant for IC Axon. With significant copy editing, reporting, editorial and blogging experience behind her, she's now looking to build up her freelancing portfolio.
The invention of the digital camera provided photographers with a cheap way to capture thousands of photos ready for export and print in less than a second. But despite the quick turn-around time and versatility of digital, many are making the conscious return to film.
Belaying, ‘Biners and Toe Hooks are some of the words you might hear floating around an indoor rock climbing gym. Today the sport’s popularity is on the rise—and not just for adrenaline junkies. Jade Prévost-Manuel takes you into a popular London climbing gym for more on the story.
As election day approaches, London students are wasting no time in demanding a greener Canada—with a good, old-fashioned strike.
Donations are often funnelled into research on high-profile cancers like breast cancer that boast highly successful charities. Meanwhile, ovarian cancer receives little funding—despite its status as the most fatal gynecological cancer in Canada.
Documentary filmmakers everywhere have capitalized on the mysteries of the deep—and the not-so-deep—seas, where some of Earth’s most curious creatures are facing serious climatic hurdles.
“We don’t have 50 years,” Kopald said. “And so far nothing we’ve done has gotten the world to come together and say ‘this is a crisis.’”
Long-gone are the days when an undergraduate degree was a ticket to a dream job, a glorious pay cheque and a prestigious reputation among one’s colleagues.
The brain-child of Pesce and his long-time friends, Farina’s menu is comprised of unique, family-inherited Italian recipes that the owners grew up eating.
Let’s Talk Science Outreach at McGill (LTSOM) has made it their mission to give back to the local community, using their scientific knowledge to organize fun, hands-on activities for elementary and secondary students in Montreal.
Air pollution accounted for 6.5 million deaths in 2015, followed by deaths caused by water pollution, which came in at 1.8 million.
To pay tribute to our childhoods, The McGill Tribune has created a list of the old classic toys that kept us entertained for hours.
Montreal, a vibrant and diverse city that has space for just about anything and anyone, is a hub of ESP activity.
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NOAA delivers Lake Erie's harmful algal blooms (HABs) forecast for 2019.
3 edible plant varieties you can incorporate into your summer menu from the forest foodscape.
Phragmites has been named Canada's worst invasive plant. Here are a few things that you can do to limit the spread.