Join the McGill News as it delves into the archives of Rare Books and Special Collections for an architectural tour of a McGill campus that never came to be.
Graduate Matthew Brzezinski investigates the policies and tactics of the United States' anti-terrorist strategies.
Graduate Edeet Ravel writes a touching love story framed by the vivid realities of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict with a deft hand, describing the different sides and viewpoints of the situation without slipping into political rhetoric.
On his new CD "Has Been," grad William Shatner is surprisingly vulnerable and wry.
Graduate Muriel Gold's portrait of her parents creates a vivid picture of the early 20th century.
The News captures memorable moments from Homecoming 2004.
Chancellor Richard Pound honours the Foundation on the occasion of its 50th anniversary.
The McGill News launches its inaugural worldwide edition.
Art history and communications professor Charmaine Nelson felt that McGill should host a conference on the Black experience in Canada. The result is "Ebony Roots: Northern Soil," a conference that will bring experts on Black history, culture and race relations from all over North America to McGill.
There's a lot to consider when making a place as big and diverse as McGill more environmentally friendly -- everything from paper purchases to road salt must be considered. Kathleen Ng, McGill's environmental officer, said much has been done, but there are always ways to improve.