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Professor Myriam Denov (Trudeau Fellow and Tier 1 Canada Research Chair) with her family at Bravo 2015.  The poster in the background describes her research. [Owen Egan]

The Scotiabank Giller Prize Longlist was announced in Moyse Hall on September 16. See below under News for the link to the live video recording. Copies of the books are available at Paragraphe Bookstore, 2220 McGill College. [Owen Egan]

The Buffalo Hat Singers at the launch of the Indigenous Studies Program at the MISC. [Alexandre Claude]

Professor Michael Burgess (University of Kent, UK) delivered the 2014 Eakin Lecture. [Alexandre Claude]

Paul Chesser, Scot Diamond, Peter McAuslan and Chris Manfredi with the St. Andrew's Society's 2014 contribution to the Chair in Canadian-Scottish Studies.

Anne Applebaum, 2013 winner of the Cundill Prize in Historical Literature, delivers the 2014 Cundill Lecture. [Alexandre Claude]

Principal Suzanne Fortier, Scotiabank Giller Prize Founder Jack Rabinovitch, and Dean of Arts Christopher Manfredi at the longlist announcement in Moyse Hall. [Owen Egan]

Arts Internship Award recipients Louis Roux, Shurabi Srikanura, Martin Crevier, Alexander Shadeed, Nicholas Glaudemans, Shannon Gavrilchuk and Daisy de Montjoye with Dean Christopher Manfredi at the 11th Annual Arts Internship Event. [Owen Egan]

Pamela Austin as Beggar, Daphne Morin as Filch, Olivia Heaney as Mrs Peachum, Cara Krisman as Jenny, Erika Jung as Prostitute in the Department of English, Drama and Theatre Program's production of The Threepenny Opera. [Owen Egan]

Katie Scharfe as Polly, Olivia Heaney as Mrs Peachum in the Department of English Drama and Theatre Program's production of The Threepenny Opera. [Owen Egan]

Nabila Walji, Michel Snaije, Maria Lopez, Lina Alvarez Jaramillo, Niyati Malhotra with donors Professor Myron Echenberg, Mrs. Eva Echenberg, Mr. David Tarr (BA '61) and Ms. Gisele Chevrefils at the 11th Annual Arts Internship Event and Exhibit. [Owen Egan]

McGill Quebec Studies Summer Institute. Improve your French, discover Montreal and experience the Quebec way of life! The McGill Summer Institute for the Study of Montreal offers an extraordinary opportunity to enhance your French communication skills and discover Quebec's vibrant culture in the largest French-speaking city in North America. Click here to to learn what former students have to say about their experiences with the Quebec Summer Studies Institute.

The Department of English Drama and Theatre Program presents Blue Planet, by Andri Snær Magnason. April 2nd, 9th, 10th, and 11th at 7:30 pm. Special matinée Saturday, April 4th at 1:00 pm. Learn more.

ANNOUNCING: The McGill International Experience Award (formerly named the Faculty of Arts International Travel Award). Application deadline is March 30, 2015. Learn more.