Cambridge professor Simon Schaffer looks at 17th-century vacuum pumps and laxatives during D. Lorne Gales Lecture in the History of Science.
Panelists square off in managerial conference on the role of non-academics in universities.
Educational sex boutique opens at Student Health Centre. Pop by and visit a "sex-pert."
Can't see the campus for the trees? McGill's 900 trees offer beauty, shade, tranquility and a unique glimpse into the history of the university.
Dawson Hall, reappointment procedures and non-tenure track academic personnel are highlighted in one of the shortest Senates in recent memory.
New designs in the bag; literary bonanza, will poet and novelist conflict?; art symposium unites rivals; Montreal Matters at McGill
The MacArthur Fellowships, often referred to as the "genius grants," have been announced by the MacArthur Foundation. Among the 25 recipients is Michael Manga, BSc'90, whose work deals with the forecasting of seismic activity and the fluid dynamics of planetary evolution.
Two McGill researchers have received the 2005 Prix de la recherche of Acfas (Association francophone pour le savoir): François Ricard (Prix André-Laurendeau - Humanities) and Lawrence Mysak (Prix Michel-Jurdant - Environmental Sciences).
The season of renewal.
Students in McGill's mining engineering program can be real gold diggers – literally. Industry is lining up to offer them jobs once they've done their time in the mines.