Jobin-Bevans would like to teach the world to sing, but would be happy to start with McGill staff.
Who the heck is Tadja Hall? The Macdonald Campus faculty club turns 25.
The Shakespeare Moot uses the playwright's texts to form the basis of a legal system. This year participants argued the case for same-sex marriage.
New York writer Andrew Solomon speaks on depression, and Rémi Quirion presents the lecture "A neuroscientist's story" to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Douglas Hospital Research Centre.
Physicist Claude Cohen-Tannoudji will deliver the Anna I. MacPherson Lecture in Physics on "Manipulating atoms with light."
This year, CBC Radio's Montreal Matters series will focus on food.
McGill-Queen's University Press publishes "Recognizing Religion in a Secular Society: Essays in Pluralism, Religion and Public Policy." Russell Hittinger gives the first Claude Ryan Lecture in Catholic Social Thought.
Quatuor pour la fin du temps was written by French composer Olivier Messiaen when he was a prisoner of war in Germany.
With the arrival of new students in September and Homecoming fast approaching, the fall is a perfect time to reflect on student life, both past and present.
McGill Principal Heather Munroe-Blum welcomed Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin when he visited McGill in September.