After nearly a year, the Principal's Task Force on Student Life and Learning is almost pulling into the station. Members of the task force give readers a glimpse of their findings.
So, maybe Osama bin Laden is just misunderstood. While economist R.T. Naylor doesn't go that far in his most recent book, he maintains that the al-Qaeda leader's power and influence has been greatly exaggerated by Western governments with hidden agendas.
Written by a recent grad, this comprehensive guide for new students lists a baker's dozen of must-know McGill landmarks and student services.
Rookies to McGill's professorial ranks take heart; the TLS offers lots of TLC to new arrivals.
Does it feel a little more festive than usual around campus this year? That's because there's a whole lot of milestone anniversaries this year, including the 125th anniversary of the opening of the Protestant Hospital for the Insane (now known as the Douglas Hospital).
A trio of McGill profs were named to the Order of Canada recently. Who are they? Read on.
You've heard it before; size doesn't matter. Well, this time it's true. McGill Minis are celebrating their fifth year of edifying Montrealers and the general public on everything from physiology to family law.
From health care reform and alternative teaching methods to belly dancing and muff warmers, this version of campus highlights offers something for just about everyone.
A few years ago, researchers like McGill's Moshe Szyf were scoffed at for their ideas. Today Szyf, a professor of pharmacology at McGill, and a few others are mini-celebrities in the increasingly accepted field of epigenetics. The study of epigenetics postulates that there is a "second code" of programming on top of our DNA, a code that -- unlike DNA -- can change during our lifetimes.
MUHC treats victims from Elizabethtown bus accident.