This week's installment answers a question that's nagged at all of us one time or another: Why doesn't the iron in our bodies get attracted to an MRI's magnetism?
A hearty "well done" for a winner of a website and a groundbreaking alum.
Munroe-Blum welcomes students, faculty and staff to the new academic year and gives us the lowdown on student services, funding, philanthropy and the Principal's Task Force on Student Life and Learning.
Our intrepid reporter agrees to have his brain scanned as part of an MNI study. What was found after two gruelling hours in the "doom tube"? Insert your own punchline here or read on.
They're young, they're smart, they've got all their hair -- but we like them anyway. Karl Moore interviews a trio of Desautels Faculty of Management students and picks their fertile brains. Great insight into the minds of the people who will be signing our paychecks one day soon.
Missed some of the activities that marked the first few days of the semester? Have no fear. Our mini photo essay recaps some of the highlights.
Who loves ya, McGill? Well, the European Commission, for starters. The honchos in black suits running the EC recently tossed a second grant of 100,000 Euros our way. Why? Read on.
Sure, the ol' double cheek kiss is one of those quaint distinct society things that separate us from the rest of the herd, but it's also a springboard for germs. With experts predicting a global pandemic in the near future, see what steps McGill's Infection Control Committee is taking to ensure our safety.
From stilt-walkers to great talkers, there's a little something for everyone in and around campus in the coming weeks.
Previous study gave Academy Award winners unfair statistical advantage.