Alumni Education guru believes in Montreal, Madame Bovary, forensic detectives and the power of learning.
Hell in cinema, Fluxus performance art and... necrophilia?!?! With topics like that, the new grad student speaker series promises to keep people awake if nothing else.
Bruce Shore gives us the skinny on the various services his office provides for McGill students. He's come a long way from his days stocking shelves at the Chrysler warehouse.
Welcome to farming in the 21st century, where the cell phone and the Internet are proving to be just as important as tractors and combines for farmers in developing countries.
Think that nasty old industrial revolution was the event that started punching holes through the ozone layer? Guess again. Mini-Beatty lecturer William Ruddiman says people have been messing with global warming since we started farming the land and domesticating animals some 10,000 years ago.
Wrongly convicted of a crime you didn't commit? You might want to contact Innocence McGill, a group of undergrad law students seeking to overturn wrongful convictions.
Researchers from across McGill's faculties take aim at a social ill that has long prowled in the shadows.
A trio of enterprising McGill students help provide street children in India with much-needed refuge.
To heck with unlocking keys to scientific mysteries, Robert Nadon tackles the truly daunting subject of what makes researchers do what they do.
Our intrepid reporter regales all with another installment of exclusive Senate coverage. Special guests, crime sprees and a presentation that brought the house down.