McGill University News and Events
Biology professor Louis Lefebvre has put together an index that examines innovative bird behaviour.
Opera star Pauline Donalda's stage name was a tribute to her college and her benefactor, Lord Strathcona (Donald Smith).
Stephen Lewis spoke as part of Mac's Founder's Day celebrations in February.
How the tsunami changed two world travellers.
Members of McGill Improv participated in a 24-hour madcap improv marathon and fundraiser.
Music graduate Jason Beck's career involves frequent and surprising transformations.
Irwin Cotler, Canada's Minister of Justice, was awarded the inaugural F.R. Scott Medal of Distinguished Service in recognition of his dedication to humanitarian causes.
McGill graduate Hubert Davis gets an Oscar nomination for his first film, "Hardwood."
Skier and management student Jennifer Heil has won her second consecutive women's World Cup moguls title.
The McGill Savoy Society offers up G&S favourite "H.M.S. Pinafore."
A look at the History of the Book in Canada project.
The McGill Alumni Association's "Backpack to Briefcase" event helps graduates find jobs and more.
Graduate Diane Howard, BA'78, loses her McGill ring, but it is returned to her years later.
Brian Ward talks to the News about a possible pandemic of avian flu.
Take a tour of McGill's Sports Hall of Fame, honouring the athletes and teams who have dazzled us since the University's early days.