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Doués mais aussi bûcheurs!

Thu, 2005-04-07 09:30

Des étudiants de McGill triés sur le volet dévoilent la clé de leur réussite.

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A New Dynamic for the Faculty of Music

Thu, 2005-04-07 09:30

A new building, a world-class sound studio, and a vibrant mix of student musicians, leading edge researchers and professorial talent put the faculty at the top of the charts.

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Alumni activities

Thu, 2005-04-07 09:30

A roundup of alumni events around the world, including a mini-reunion in Berlin and a visit to Toronto by Education dean Roger Slee.

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Prima Donna Donalda

Thu, 2005-04-07 09:30

Opera star Pauline Donalda's stage name was a tribute to her college and her benefactor, Lord Strathcona (Donald Smith).

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Alumni in action

Thu, 2005-04-07 09:30

How the tsunami changed two world travellers.

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McGill's three Killam winners

Thu, 2005-04-14 09:30

McGill scored an unprecedented hat trick in this year's Killam Prizes. Computer scientist Luc Devroye, medical anthropologist Margaret Lock and biochemist Nahum Sonenberg each won a $100,000 prize in their respective fields.

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Scholars chew the fat

Thu, 2005-04-14 09:30

Canada is growing, and it's not entirely in a good way. Obesity is on the rise, and experts participating in a McGill conference say that diet alone won't solve the problem.

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Science and the entrepreneur

Thu, 2005-04-14 09:30

McGill graduate Julian Adams returned to McGill to share his experiences as a groundbreaking research chemist leading the field in anti-cancer drug development.

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Anti-American obsession: Quebec vs the U.S.

Thu, 2005-04-14 09:30

Seagram Visiting Chair in Canadian Studies David Haglund examines the roots of Quebec's developing, and historically recent, aversion to our southern neighbours.

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What's for dinner? Let instinct guide you

Thu, 2005-04-14 09:30

The red colobus monkey of Uganda may not have access to Canada's food guide, but anthropology professor Colin Chapman has discovered their nutritional preferences. This may help park managers boost the numbers of the little tree dwellers.

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