Sixty years after the end of World War II, two McGill staff members have set up a website to honour those members of the University community who served in World War II.
It was supposed to be a fun-filled day. Daniel Romagnolo was at a friend's birthday party at one of Montreal's indoor paintball ranges when disaster struck.
The Lloyd Carr-Harris String Quartet of McGill University has won two top honours at the Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition held at the University of Notre Dame in Indiana. The quartet won the Gold Medal in the Senior String category and became the very first Canadian ensemble to win the Grand Prize at this prestigious event.
Elise Juzda, BA'04, is the 10,000th graduate to register for Alumnilife, McGill's alumni online community. Alumnilife, an award-winning website, has been helping graduates enrich their alumni experience for about a year and a half.
Redevelopment includes new, refurbished facilities for optimal healing environment for patients and families.
A new research project involving more than 30 investigators from across Canada has just been launched.
Leacock luncheons taking off across the country: Following in the funny footsteps of Stephen Leacock, Architecture professor Derek Drummond is bringing the funny across the country.
The last Senate meeting tackled academic amnesty, library staff and introduced a new set of regulations to govern the tenure process.
The Canadian branches of the international science and commerce student organization AIESEC held their national conference at McGill. On the table were discussions about networking, internships and working with the corporate world for international development.
An international team of researchers led by Shakespeare expert Paul Yachnin is exploring the culture of Renaissance Europe — and how it has contributed to the birth of our own age.