Bet you didn't know that the very first Centraide march back in 1991 kicked off on McGill's downtown campus. Sure did.
How does a man turn a five-year eBay habit into a nifty book celebrating the classic covers of those cheesy true crime mags of the 1950s? Only art history and communications prof and pulp fiction aficionado Will Straw knows for sure.
While silos are great for storing livestock feed and nukes, they are lousy places from which to run health departments. So how is the McGill Educational Initiative on Interprofessional Collaboration promoting interdisciplinary teamwork? Read on...
Hollywood can keep Indiana Jones, we've got Bruce Trigger -- the archaeologist's archaeologist.
Remember when you were the talk of the block if your TV could get Gilligan's Island without manipulating the old rabbit ears for 20 minutes? Well, those days are long gone, as witnessed by the upgrading of McGill's wireless network. That explains the ear-to-ear grins on laptop users across the university.
David Byrne's coming to McGill to discuss the direction of the music industry. Are musicians being taken to the river?
Professor Carlos Fraenkel takes a philosophical approach to solving the Middle East tensions by going to Al-Quds University's classrooms.
Sea monsters, werewolves, the world's most prominent atheist and lots of free stuff! Can it really get any better than this?
Sperm banks are unpopular, even with patients suffering from cancer and facing treatments that may make them infertile.
Once again, McGill is the only Canadian university in the Times Higher Education Supplement's Top 25.