A review of Don Tapscott and graduate David Ticoll's book on corporate transparency.
The Honours and Awards Recipients for 2004 and a roundup of alumni events around the world including California, Newfoundland, Jamaica.
Peter Yu recalls his family's relationship with his daughter's piano instructor which began with a chance meeting in the park.
The Graduate School of Library and Information Science, the Faculty of Music and the Faculty of Dentistry are all celebrating their 100th anniversaries this year. We asked the heads of these three programs to think about what the next hundred years holds for their fields.
The McGill community was saddened by the discovery of the death of first-year student Kathleen Currier on September 4.
Paolo Vivante, John MacNaughton Emeritus Professor of Classics, died peacefully in his 82nd year on Saturday morning, July 17, at the Montreal General Hospital, of respiratory complications.
As long as there have been sports there have been cheaters. It is McGill Chancellor Dick Pound's job to stop them — at least at the level of the Olympics — as head of the World Anti-Doping Authority.
Heather Munroe-Blum welcomes back the McGill community and looks to a future of building on McGill's strengths, improving communication and working strategically to achieve our goals — and hopefully getting more money with which to do so.
The successful Students Promoting Awareness of Research Knowledge program, which taught students the finer points of good science journalism, is now getting a counterpart for the social sciences and humanities — Writing About Research at McGill.
Adriana Palanca reflects on what it is like to be a returning student, and surprises herself by using the word "whippersnappers."