Save the dates for Homecoming 2015: October 22nd-25th!
We’ll be celebrating milestone anniversary for graduates from class years ending in a 5 or 0 - classes of 2010, 2005, 1980, 1970, for example. If you'd like to get involved or have questions, please email homecoming [dot] alumni [at] mcgill [dot] ca (subject: Homecoming%20inquiry) .
Welcome back! To help you celebrate Homecoming, the McGill Bookstore is offering a 20% discount from October 16-19, 2014. The offer applies to McGill apparel, insignia, general reading books and more! See in store for details. You can also enter the promotional code HC2014Bookstore for online purchases at www.bookstore.mcgill.ca.
The Redbird Sports Shop in the McGill Sports Centre is offering a 20% in-store discount on a full range of McGill clothing and official McGill Redmen and Martlet varsity apparel. Mention Homecoming 2014 Redbird at the checkout.
Find Out Who’s Coming
Want to know which of your McGill classmates and friends are coming back to campus for Homecoming? Check our online list of attendees and make plans for an exciting reunion.
Red & White Dinner
50th and higher Anniversary Classes are invited to a celebratory dinner. Always a Homecoming highlight, this event is sure to bring back special memories. Join your co-hosts Principal Suzanne Fortier and Chancellor Michael Meighen. Register now!
Lunch et livres
Calling all book lovers! Meet an impressive trio of McGill authors while enjoying a casual lunch. This year’s featured writers are:
- Peter Kirby, BCL’83, LLB’85, author of the Luc Vanier crime series set in Montreal. The Dead of Winter was shortlisted for Best First Novel by the Crime Writers of Canada, and Vigilante Season was named as one of the top crime and mystery books of 2013 by Quill & Quire.
- Elaine Kalman Naves, BA’67, author of the award-winning memoirs Journey to Vaja and Shoshanna's Story and a familiar face on the Montreal literary scene. Her latest book is Portrait of a Scandal: The Abortion Trial of Robert Notman.
- Saleema Nawaz, the winner of the Quebec Writers' Federation Paragraphe Hugh MacLennan Prize for Fiction. Her first novel, Bone and Bread, has been called an “emotionally complex, riveting story” that “brims with humanity” (Toronto Star).