Second-year dietetics students got a healthy serving of practical experience in cooking healthy meals for large groups of people.
Popular personality psychology prof explores the differences between introverts and extroverts, and discusses how the two aren't always that far apart.
Did someone say summer camps? Ah, McGill's got some great ones.
The stuff lurking in your cat's litter box is more ominous than you think.
What's better than online biodiversity and dictionaries? Nothing.
What do you get when you gather together a bunch of young graduate researchers? Nothing but good times.
This issue's Around Campus section features Earth Day celebrations, a mental illness film series and, of course, the much-anticipated M-Forum. Oh, and how about taxidermy? Lots of taxidermy.
McGill's Daniel Levitin continues to garner media attention with an article appearing in last month's Rolling Stone magazine, the London Daily Telegraph's Sunday Magazine and, more recently, the Sydney Morning Herald and The Age. The producer-turned-neuroscientist Levitin is trying to understand why and how music moves us.
McGill researchers use probability theory to demystify patterns of cell behaviour.
On the cusp of the Canada Earth Day celebrations this Sunday, April 22, the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) unveiled today the Environmental Policy it has developed in order to implement sustainable best practices into all aspects of its operations.