Our annual roundup of the McGillians who garnered the most ink and sound bites. Who topped the media charts? Read on to find out.
Liz Meyer and Gregg Blachford hope that the Safe Space program makes McGill more accepting of gays.
Montrealers aren't the only ones frozen solid this winter – think of the frogs!
Smart kids lie sooner; organ selling thumbs down; and when dinosaurs first flew the coop.
The Faculty of Arts has launched an interdisciplinary program for undergrads. The pleasure will clearly be in the voyage, not the destination.
Experts from around the world are attending the 2006 McGill Integrative Health Challenge Think Tank. For an insider look, view the conference webcast.
The artists of the Molson Informatics Project create portraits of our innards for clinicians and teachers.
A Brit who specializes in novels about the October Crisis? Not as crazy as it might sound.
Art history professor Francesca Dal Lago studies Chinese art -- from the propaganda posters of the Cultural Revolution to the punk ethos of the more recent era.
Does it feel a little more festive than usual around campus this year? That's because there's a whole lot of milestone anniversaries this year, including the 125th anniversary of the opening of the Protestant Hospital for the Insane (now known as the Douglas Hospital).