Don't let her easy smile fool you, Kimberley Stephenson loves nothing more than making people suffer. She's the mastermind behind McGill's annual Trivia Night for Centraide event.
Vacationing McGill med student is turned into Doc Holiday after Hurricane Wilma devastates Cancun.
Registrar Sylvia Franke waxes poetic about the role of the Admissions, Recruitment and Registrar's office and how she plans to improve services.
Early aversion to dissections puts climatologist Lawrence Mysak on award-winning career path.
Neither a butcher nor candlestick maker, Jewish Studies student Elizabeth Alpern is, however, a gifted baker who supplies denizens of the McGill ghetto with delicious homemade breads.
Leigh Turner takes exception to bioethicists who focus primarily on the sexy, high-tech issues of the day. Instead, he says, we should be concentrating on issues related to medicine and health care in impoverished, developing nations.
The proposed merger of Queer McGill and the Union for Gender Empowerment sparks a firestorm of controversy.
French literature professor Marc Angenot is awarded a Prix du Quebec, the most prestigious honour handed out by the provincial government.
After five years of stellar service in the University Relations Office, Sylvain-Jacques Desjardins moves on.
The best oral hygiene show on wheels. McGill's award-winning Dental Outreach program has been hitting the street since 1998, giving people who can't normally afford regular dental care reason to smile.