As the dust settled after the Great War, McGill struggled with how to best commemorate those who fought and died in Europe.
Philosophers are invited to McGill to workshop their papers in progress, bouncing off their ideas and fielding questions on how we perceive hurricanes, intersex and Aristotle.
You won't be able to file your briefs after graduation (and we're not talking of organizing your underwear drawer), but students of McGill's newest law program will get their fill of all things legal. The Mini-Law program is aimed at a general audience to educate the common (and civil) folk on matters civil (and common).
A quintet of McGill students head to the four corners of the globe as part of the Students Without Borders program.
Convocation will be broadcast on the web this year, and a special 24-hour camera will capture campus from above.
The former house of humorist Stephen Leacock is up for sale. The Reporter takes a tour with current owner Mary-Louise Engels and her ferocious sidekick Fang.
With all the information pouring in about Mars making it increasingly likely the planet once held life, the next logical step is to send a manned mission. The benefits to doing so will be great, according to panelists at a recent lecture.
Entre Nous with Cynthia Weston, Director, Teaching and Learning Services: Enhancing, engaging, educating
When you get your first teaching gig at the age of 10, like Cynthia Weston did, it is safe to say you're in this for the long haul.
French literature professor Marc Angenot is awarded a Prix du Quebec, the most prestigious honour handed out by the provincial government.
Nargess Tavassolian, a first-year LLM, non-thesis student at McGill and the daughter of Nobel laureate Shirin Ebadi, looks at the state of human rights in Iran.