Three-day camp combines sports, lifestyle and career development
Robert Dubeau, director of athletics for the past 28 years at McGill University and the current longest-serving AD in Canadian Interuniversity Sport, has announced that he will take early retirement, effective August 31, 2005.
Celebrating its 129th birthday on this day, the McGill Redmen men's hockey program received an historic anniversary present, the first ever No. 1 rankings in team history.
Pilates enthusiasts, martial artists and barbell devotees have a vastly improved space in which to practice at McGill's Fitness Centre. Plus, just how did an architect become interim athletics director?
An interview with McGill Chancellor Dick Pound about his role as Chairman of the World Anti-Doping Agency.
As more than 7,000 athletes gather in Colorado this week for the North American Indigenous Games, McGill's Waneek Horn-Miller, the most decorated athlete at the games and one of the world's best water polo players, describes how she could easily have called it quits after she was stabbed in the chest during the 1990 Oka standoff.
Laura Wilson of Fort McMurray, Alberta, and Jean-Michel Daoust of Valleyfield, Quebec, are the McGill-Peel Pub athletes of the week for the period ending October 11.
A very athletic Headliners sees everything from sporty cadavers to McGill's unbeatable NHL playoff connection.
"Hardwood," a 29-minute film written and directed by Hubert Davis (BA'00), has earned a nomination in the Academy Awards short documentary category. Davis's father is former Harlem Globetrotter Mel Davis. The younger Davis uses interviews and home movies to explore his father's relationship with his family.
Jennifer Heil, a Desautels Faculty of Management student and freestyle skier, has won Canada's first Olympic gold medal in Turin. For the 22-year-old from Spruce Grove, Alberta, it was the culmination of four years of effort.