Cet automne, Les Affaires lancera "La Garde montante", un grand rendez-vous où nos lecteurs seront invités à dresser le portrait des moins de 40 ans qui font le Québec de demain, peu importe leur champ de compétence. En attendant, nous vous offrons un avant-goût, en vous présentant 18 jeunes leaders qui se démarquent déjà dans les universités québécoises.
In fiction, he has beat the Kobayashi Maru, defeated space tyrant Khan and travelled in time. In real life, he's won Emmies, a Golden Globe and enjoyed a television and film career spanning more than a half-century. In June, William Shatner will add one more achievement to that list when he receives an honorary degree from McGill University, his alma mater.
Beam me up to the convocation, Scotty. Captain James T. Kirk is getting an honorary degree from McGill University.
McGill University will mark the achievements of one of its most celebrated alumni, Emmy-winning actor William Shatner, with the awarding of an honorary degree at Spring Convocation ceremonies on June 2.
Both are McGill alumni with worldwide reputations who will return home to receive honorary degrees as part of Spring Convocation 2011, and both are men of varied careers and interests. One is Mortimer Zuckerman (BA’57 & BCL’61)and the other is William Shatner (BCom'52).
Mathieu Darche, BCom’00, smiled when asked about his future with the Canadiens being somewhat a question mark. "It's been 10 years that I've ended a season with a question mark over my head," the 34-year-old forward said. "Obviously, I want to be back, but at this point it's not entirely in my control.
McGill students put their business analysis and presentation skills to the test once again at the finals of the Canadian L’Oreal Brandstorm Competition held on April 26, 2011. After working for almost 5 months on the challenge set forth by L’Oreal, the McGill teams finished 1st and 2nd at the finals with 3rd place going to Schulich.
A feature on Montreal Canadiens forward and McGill management grad Mathieu Darche (BCom’00).
When Mathieu Darche (BCom’00) was a boy playing road hockey with his brother outside the family home in St. Laurent, he used to pretend he was Mats Naslund and the Canadiens were facing the Boston Bruins for the Stanley Cup.
As a former McGill student once said: “The good life is one that’s artistically made.” William Shatner (BCom’52) may have been talking about his work in film when he put together these words of wisdom, but his message carries a sentiment that is true of all McGill scholars — even the engineer students.