Pilates enthusiasts, martial artists and barbell devotees have a vastly improved space in which to practice at McGill's Fitness Centre. Plus, just how did an architect become interim athletics director?
The McGill community mourns the tragic death of Mila Voynova.
Nigel Roulet wasn't asking for the job, but the new director of the McGill School of the Environment, but he has big plans for the future.
Desmond Morton, McGill's Hiram Mills Professor of History and a former member of the Canadian Army, looks at the significance of Remembrance Day.
Sikeen Karmali will launch A House by the Sea at Paragraphe Bookstore, 2220 McGill College, on Wednesday, October 15, at 7 pm On Thursday, October 16, at 6 pm, she will read from and discuss her book at the South Asian Women's Centre, 1035 Rachel E., third floor.
Considered McGill's funniest person by many, Derek Drummond looks at the differences between the McGill of today and the school he came to as a freshman 50 years ago. How old is Drummond? He's not saying, but he still refers to men's pants as "slacks."
Dentistry professor and university ombudsperson Norman Miller is the first line of appeal for students - or anyone else who needs to take on McGill bureaucracy.
New York writer Andrew Solomon speaks on depression, and Rémi Quirion presents the lecture "A neuroscientist's story" to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Douglas Hospital Research Centre.
CIRMMT takes a road trip. McGill researchers go down to Beantown to hook up Boston Symphony Orchestra conductor Keith Lockhart to a space-age vest that monitors his physical responses as he performs in concert. Mozart in the new millennium.
The Reporter's crack team of cable-TV-watching news-gnomes have emerged from their Dorito-strewn couches, eyes red and glassy, greasy hands smeared with newsprint. The 24-hour bouts of channel surfing and paper clipping were all part of the behind the scenes effort to produce the only Top Ten list that matters -- McGill's top newsmakers of the year. It turns out our staff, students and professors are getting noticed, by everyone from the New York Times to Sports Illustrated to The O'Reilly Factor.