PhD oral examination of Reza Assasi. "The House of Eternal Time: An Archaeoastronomical Study of Chartaqi and Mithraic Cosmology."
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Dr. Francis Mus, from the University of Leuven, Belgium, will be giving a talk entitled “How Should We Read Leonard Cohen?” Dr. Mus’s talk is co-sponsored by the McGill Institute for the Study of Canada, the French Department , and Friends of the McGill Library.
If you ride the inter-campus shuttle bus, you've probably found yourself waiting at the stop and wondering when it will arrive -- especially in these frigid January temperatures. Now you don't have to guess...
The McGill Shuttle Bus Tracker is a mobile-friendly website that uses Google Maps to show you the location of each bus along its route, and how fast it's moving.
Register now for Mini-Science, a unique 7-week public lecture series from McGill University’s Faculty of Science, designed to offer the public an insider's view of science. This year's theme is 'To infinity and beyond: From neutron stars to neuroengineering.' The series introduces how our scientists learn about space and explores new research in neuroengineering.
You spend your life looking after others – but who’s looking after you?
Did you know that regular aerobic exercise can help improve your memory?
A common side-effect of aging is the loss of short-term memory. It turns out that getting your heart pumping is not just good for your physical health, but also improves your brain’s ability to remember.
Stuck in the office? A busy work schedule is no excuse for not working out! You don’t have to leave your desk to get some exercise into your day.
The ever popular Lena Stuart from McGill Athletics and Recreation will demonstrate a series of chair exercises you can do at your desk that will improve your strength and flexibility and help you stay alert. Come give them a try!