This fall, the University unveiled its new Bachelor of Arts and Science (BASc) program, geared towards undergraduates who want to immerse themselves in the types of courses that are offered by both of McGill's largest faculties.
A group of McGill legends will be honoured at the annual Sports Hall of Fame Luncheon in October during Homecoming festivities.
New McGill students and their parents were welcomed on the downtown campus during Frosh Week at the McGill Alumni Association's Parents Tent.
McGill graduate, freelance journalist and super-foodie Amy Rosen has published a new book, called Cook This: Recipes for the Goodtime Girl, which gives easy instruction on the art of entertaining.
McGill professor John Abela organized McGill's first-ever "Epic Journey," a team-building event for his psychology students, which was based loosely on the hit show The Amazing Race.
McGill focuses on improving service to students.
New research from the Montreal Neurological Institute and McGill indicates that blindness may aid in musical development.
McGill took part in International Car-Free Day, a worldwide awareness campaign that is meant to get people thinking about the reasonable use of vehicles.
McGill's Institute for Learning in Retirement (MILR) is celebrating 15 years of offering self-directed peer learning courses for seniors.
An interview with McGill Chancellor Dick Pound about his role as Chairman of the World Anti-Doping Agency.