On October 6, 1933, the cornerstone of the Montreal Neurological Institute was laid at an impressive ceremony presided over by McGill's Principal, World War I general Sir Arthur Currie.
A new library is in the works for Macdonald Campus
Students move in to the new residence in the old Renaissance Hotel.
A McGill flag captured by a University of Toronto student in 1946 is returned.
Actor and grduate Colin Ferguson's new television series, Coupling, started making waves months before its debut this autumn on NBC.
McGill student Jeane Lassen is a weightlifting champion.
A cell phone intrusion helps McGill student Ryan Wilner win the Just For Laughs Homegrown Comic Competition
First-year Faculty of Arts students went through "boot camp" during Frosh Week at the start of the fall semester. Frosh activities on campus included a "Four Floors" party in the University Centre with DJs spinning different music on each floor, a field trip to the Sky dance bar, whitewater rafting excursions, a carnival, live music in the field around the Three Bares, and a scavenger hunt with a limo ride for the winners.
Every two years, talented young organists from around the world flock to Montreal to hone their skills with some of the planet's most respected masters of the instrument.
It's official. Renovations are complete - mostly - and the McGill Alumni Association and the Development Office have moved into their new headquarters in the former Seagram Building at Peel and St. Catherine streets. It's the heart of the heart of the city, surrounded by boutiques, restaurants, and much of the Montreal workforce.