Art history and communications professor Charmaine Nelson felt that McGill should host a conference on the Black experience in Canada. The result is "Ebony Roots: Northern Soil," a conference that will bring experts on Black history, culture and race relations from all over North America to McGill.
Brothels, rock operas and our friend the chicken. Ah, just another week at McGill.
Psychology professor Daniel Levitin can't draw, but that hasn't stopped him from being a successful syndicated cartoonist. Levitin supplies many of the ideas seen in Bizarro.
Anthropologist Nicole Couture uses everything from a magnetometer to fresh llama fetus to prepare for digging in the pre-Incan city of Tiwanaku, near Lake Titicaca in Bolivia.
Air Canada CEO waxes poetic about the lofty world of the airline industry as part of McGill's CEO Speaker Series.
A motion to get the university's blessing for students to miss class in order to participate in demonstrations for better post-secondary funding is soundly defeated in Senate.
Undergraduate students are publishing their academic work in student-run journals.
This sampling of McGill headliners includes a caustic conductor, earth-bound astronaut and a prof moonlighting as TV host.
Can't see the campus for the trees? McGill's 900 trees offer beauty, shade, tranquility and a unique glimpse into the history of the university.
Deans Roger Slee and Martin Grant promise no fisticuffs during their annual Centraide Rocks concert.