A gritty, hard news cover story is a departure for the McGill News, but student Vesselin Nedkov had the rare misfortune of getting caught up in an extremely dangerous crisis situation.
Engineering graduate Paul Moller has been working on his personal vertical takeoff and landing vehicle, a flying car, since his studies at McGill 40 years ago.
Professor of Epidemiology and Biostatistics James Hanley looked at the survivors of the Titanic disaster to determine the effect of trauma on longevity.
AQUA, an underwater swimming robot co-developed by McGill's Centre for Intelligent Machines, is undergoing its first sea trials in Barbados.
McGill International Development Studies student Tara Hecksher is the first ever black Parade Queen to be selected by the United Irish Societies of Montreal.
The Knitting Knetwork, the newest of McGill's student clubs, offers a warm welcome to all student knitters every Thursday evening.
Principal Heather Munroe-Blum presided over this year's 2.5-kilometre torchlight snowshoe race on Mount Royal. The event raised $200,000 in support of conservation efforts.
Literary biographers of graduate Marian Engel got lucky when hundreds of letters, many from other Canadian literary greats, turned up in the writer's former home.
Sheila Bourke's gift of rare children's books, one a 1571 copy of Aesop's fables, is "one of the most significant gifts offered to McGill in recent decades."
The trial use of Turnitin.com, a plagiarism detection service, proves controversial.