Alma Matters Podcast

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McGill Athletics and Recreation has a podcast series, “Alma Matters”, that features interviews with prominent alumni who once competed or coached under the University’s red and white colours.  Hear from athletes like Mathieu Darche (BCom ’00), who previously skated for the Montreal Canadiens or Dr. Shaunna Burke (BA ’01), who became the second Canadian woman to successfully summit Mt. Everest in 2005. To access the podcasts, visit the McGill Athletics website.

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