Homecoming comes but once a year, but the dedicated team of staffers in Martlet House prepares for it all year long.
Osler Library celebrates its 75th anniversary.
Notes from the last Senate meeting, including the announcement that Joni Mitchell will be awarded an honorary degree.
Architect Daniel Libeskind, whose design was chosen for the rebuilding at ground zero, will speak at McGill.
CBC's Rex Murphy will deliver the Marguerite Bourgeoys Lecture on media and education.
"End of Life Decisions - Yours to make" will be the subject for the Bourke Memorial Panel at the Council on Palliative Care.
The annual book fair runs October 20 to October 21.
"Florence on the Eve of the Renaissance," a conference from the Department of Italian Studies, will present different aspects of the scientific, cultural and moral frameworks of the Florentine merchant class at the beginning of the Renaissance.
The McGill Centraide Campaign Trivia Quiz will take place October 26 at Thomson House.
Four McGill pedagogues were honoured with the Principal's Prize for Excellence in Teaching: Reisa Lipszyc, Charles Boberg, Andrew Kirk and John Robert Silvius receive the recognition for their dedicated efforts to make the classroom experience a valuable one for students.