Editors and writers wanted | History Students Association Listserv – February 1st

“The day and time itself: late afternoon in early February, was there a moment of the year better suited for despair?” ― Alice McDermott Tweet of the Week (HSA_McGill) The Preamble Hello everyone! Today is not only the first day of the month of love, but also the first day of the #BlackHistoryMonth. On both … More Editors and writers wanted | History Students Association Listserv – February 1st

Hey, listen! | McGill History Students’ Association Listserv – January 25

Tweet of the week! The Preamble Hello everyone! I was thinking earlier this week: I must be this very annoying creature (like Navy in the Legend of Zelda) that reminds you that it’s Monday and that you have to actually put pants on and appear like a normal, productive, sociable person. You’re welcome!    In … More Hey, listen! | McGill History Students’ Association Listserv – January 25

Let’s go to the museum! | McGill History Students’ Association Listserv – January 18

“If only one of the presidential candidates would make it part of his platform to do something about making Monday part of the weekend. I think he would get a lot of votes.” – Thomas Wayne Tweet of the Week ! (HSA_McGill) The Preamble Good morning! Today, I am writing to you on apparently “the … More Let’s go to the museum! | McGill History Students’ Association Listserv – January 18

WELCOME BACK! | McGill History Students’ Association Listserv – January 11

“Throughout the history of mankind there have been murderers and tyrants; and while it may seem momentarily that they have the upper hand, they have always fallen. Always.” – Mahatma Gandhi Tweet of the Week! The Preamble Welcome back! I hope everyone had a fun and relaxing holiday break with your loved ones. This week, … More WELCOME BACK! | McGill History Students’ Association Listserv – January 11

TOMORROW: Four Lores

Join us on Thursday, October 29th from 6 – 8 pm, for our spook-tacular second annual FourLores event in conjunction with the HSA! There will be food, fun, and filosophy. Except not that last one. But we will be providing snacks and professors will be lecturing on cool Halloween/magic/supernatural related topics. It’s basically going to … More TOMORROW: Four Lores

McGill History Students Association Listserv – October 26

“Double, double toil and trouble; Fire burn and cauldron bubble.” – William Shakespeare Tweet of the Week! (@HSA_McGill) The Preamble Procrastination is surely a fascinating art, at which most of us become very good at as the semester unfolds. Fear not for this paper due this week that you haven’t started yet or for that … More McGill History Students Association Listserv – October 26

McGill History Students Association Listserv – October 19

The Preamble Good morning! I hope you had a fun and relaxing weekend because this week is going to full of excitement. Not only it is Election Day across Canada, but the history department has a couple of awesome events that you would not risk! For those of you still in midterms, hang in there … More McGill History Students Association Listserv – October 19

McGill History Students’ Association Listserv – October 12 (HAPPY THANKSGIVING!)

“An optimist is a person who starts a new diet on Thanksgiving Day.” -Irv Kupcinet The Preamble Hi everyone! I hope everyone had a wonderful (long) weekend, in spite of midterms.Today is Canada’s Thanksgiving, the perfect time to start practicing gratitude around you. For my part, I am grateful to be able to study what … More McGill History Students’ Association Listserv – October 12 (HAPPY THANKSGIVING!)

McGill History Students’ Association Listserv – October 5, 2015

  History: gossip well told. – Elbert Hubbard, The Roycroft Dictionary Tweet of the Week! (@HSA_McGill) The Preamble   Hello fellow students! Our sunny study breaks on the Lower Field are counted and midterm season is at our door but do not despair! The HSA has your back with great events coming up and other opportunities to … More McGill History Students’ Association Listserv – October 5, 2015