Since 1998, McGill's Best Buddies program has fostered hundreds of new friendships between students and cognitively impaired adults.
Roger Slee waxes poetic about the McGill Education Project, global and local research, and what it's like to be Martin Grant's bandmate.
Our annual roundup of the McGillians who garnered the most ink and sound bites. Who topped the media charts? Read on to find out.
Literary giant and outspoken social critic Irving Layton is remembered for all his brilliance and bombast.
Philanthropist Francesco Bellini braves the cold and snow to turn the sod at the official groundbreaking ceremony of the Francesco Bellini Life Sciences Building and the new Cancer Research Pavilion.
The first Senate of the New Year saw updates on the complementarity issue and the Task Force on Student Life and Learning. With one eye on recent polls, Principal Heather Munroe-Blum discussed the repercussions of a new government in Ottawa.
Take one Tony Award-winning play and a Leonard Bernstein opera, mix in a pair of engineering events and sprinkle liberally with a MISC food conference and what do you get? A busy January at McGill.
A team of astronomers led by McGill University graduate student Jason Hessels has discovered the fastest-spinning neutron star, or pulsar, ever found.
Scientists from McGill University and the MUHC have made Québec Science's Top Ten Discoveries of 2005 list for their groundbreaking work.
Companies that respond creatively to the growing demand for reduced-load work arrangements are being rewarded in increased productivity, increased team effectiveness, talent retention and improved employee relations, according to researchers at McGill University and Michigan State University.