McGill University News and Events
Graduate Muriel Gold's portrait of her parents creates a vivid picture of the early 20th century.
A website launched in collaboration with the Université du Québec à Chicoutimi is full of useful information about the province.
The News captures memorable moments from Homecoming 2004.
The McGill Alumni Association teamed up with Concordia University to host a series of "Public Conversations."
Chancellor Richard Pound honours the Foundation on the occasion of its 50th anniversary.
Music graduate Stephanie Marshall's portrayal of Offred in the operatic adaptation of "The Handmaid's Tale" is winning raves.
The McGill News launches its inaugural worldwide edition.
Arts graduate Win Butler fronts the Arcade Fire, whose first CD, "Funeral," is a hit with critics and has earned him and his band instant fame.
McGill epidemiologist Jennifer O'Loughlin's research suggests teenagers can become addicted to nicotine much faster than previously thought.
After 42 years at McGill, Tom Thompson, a familiar name to McGill alumni and donors, is retiring.
McGill cheerleaders are using innovative marketing techniques to raise money for their competition costs.
Heather Munroe-Blum talks to the News about the job of a lifetime, the challenges it brings and her vision for the future.
Anne Coleman, BA'57, takes the world of literary memoir by storm with a 50-year-old story of a secret love.
Veteran journalist John Burns, BA'66, has reported from some of the most dangerous places on earth. He wouldn't have it any other way.
Researchers at McGill introduce unpublished works by Gabrielle Roy that provide new insight into the great writer.