Tuesday Night Café commits Crimes of the Heart.
Daniel Taylor tears into tears with a performance of John Dowland's Lachrimae.
PhD comics explores the tragicomic world of graduate studies.
Jill Barker gives some New Year's getting fit tips.
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A team of McGill researchers have refuted an age-old assumption concerning the randomness of precipitation.
Earth and Planetary Sciences Professor Jafar Arkani-Hamed will give a talk called "Destination Mars" where he'll review the findings of recent Mars expeditions and their implications for Martian surface properties, internal structure and evolution. When: 7:00 pm, January 28. Room 132, Leacock Building (855 Sherbrooke St. W). Information: 514-398-3490.
More than 250 students from across New England and Eastern Canada and will battle it out during the 50th annual Canadian Intercollegiate Lumberjack Championships at the Macdonald Campus of McGill University. When: January 31, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, at Watson Field, at McGill's Macdonald Campus, 21,111 Lakeshore Rd., Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue. Admission and parking are free. Everyone is welcome. Information: 514-398-7789.
Undergraduates will be able to put a little Bio into their Byron with a new degree that will start accepting students in September. The BASC blends courses from the Arts and Sciences to provide a flexible interdisciplinary learning experience.
If we're going to put a man on Mars we have to be ready for the effect of prolonged weightlessness on the human body – a subject Douglas Watt, director of the Aerospace Medical Research Unit has been studying for a long time.