After 20 years studying the endangered Fowler toad, David M. Green is ready to draw some conclusions... almost.
In what is probably a first for Canada, Dalhousie University in Halifax banned smoking on all university property. Nicotine fiends will now have to go to city-owned property, such as a sidewalk, for a puff.
Internships, field studies and international exchanges are a growing incentive for students to stray off campus in order to find themselves.
Provost Luc Vinet bids farewell to McGill to take up the challenge of the rectorship of the Université de Montréal.
Victoria Talwar is living proof of doing research that has a direct effect on policy.
Immigration may have created a more cosmopolitan air to Montreal and Toronto, but this country still needs to adjust to a growing population whose loyalties may be urban and transnational rather than Canadian, according to Art History and Communications professor Jenny Burman.
If you're reading this chances are your laptop hasn't been stolen - yet. Security Services is launching an anti-theft awareness campaign to sensitize people to the ongoing problem of theft on campus.
McGill Chaplaincy's annual coat drive is underway.
Sure, the provincial election was the big news of late, but McGillians still had lots of other things to talk about.
In addition to a 200-seat recital hall, a new home for the Music Library and specialized production and research labs, the new music building will feature a "beautiful-sounding box," a freestanding space large enough to accommodate a full orchestra and chorus.