How eco-friendly is McGill? An in-depth look at various green initiatives that include car pooling, equipment recycling, recto-verso paper policy, bike-lending programs and, of course, those champions of refuse, the good folks of Gorilla Composting.
What do you get when you mix beer and a roomful of lawyers? Not just the lead-in to a bad joke, but Coffee House, the weekly get-together at the Faculty of Law that - surprise, surprise - doesn't serve a drop of coffee.
A pair of McGill's finest has founded Beautiful Oceans, an educational program that offers online learning and real-time diving. Catch a wave with Beautiful Oceans.
The rescheduled Town Hall looked sparse just minutes before show time, then the contrarian troops rolled in to chat with Principal Heather Munroe-Blum.
The last meeting of 2005 saw senators looking to the future of the McGill campuses with the presentation of the Master Plan consultants.
Celebrate the holidays McGill style! CDs, books, cookies brought to you by staffers doing their side jobs; flex your muscles to pick up a tree at the Morgan Arboretum; and science students get ready to "speed date" professors in the New Year.
The Quebec Ministry of Health and Social Services recently put a proposal to the Children's Hospital of the MUHC and to Ste-Justine Hospital on pediatric complementarity.
The Montreal Children's Hospital supports complementarity. In fact, we already have a few dozen shared programs and services with Ste-Justine's and we are continuing to develop more.
While the holiday season brings sentiments of joy and celebration for some, for others it is a time of isolation and an increase in feelings of depression and negative thoughts.
The Board of Governors of McGill University and the Board of Directors of the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) have passed identical resolutions calling on the Government of Quebec to put access to quality care at the forefront of discussions on complementarity and to honour its commitments regarding the management of the MUHC Redevelopment Project.