The world's foremost physicists slug it out over the controversial anthropic principle at the sold-out Lorne Trottier Public Science Symposium.
Anthropology students at three universities are putting together an Interuniversity Ethnographic Film Festival of Montreal (FFEM, in its French translation).
Sure, we're still up to our armpits in the white fluffy stuff, but a few months down the road we'll be flocking to the province's lakes to cool off. Unless blue-green algae rears its ugly head again.
Students climb in a bus and hit the road to track down career leaders across the continent and ask their advice.
Too many wonderful events to list here. Come inside and take a look...
A roundup of seasonal activites for children.
A trio of treats from the Redpath Museum and the Principal on ice.
Black Comedy, directed by Emma Tibaldo, November 12-15 and 19-22, 8 pm. Moyse Hall. Reservations: 398-6070, $10 adults, $5 students, seniors.
Rock crushes Scissors, Scissors cut Paper. Paper covers Rock, and Morris Popowich covers the 2003 Rock Paper Scissors Championship for the McGill Reporter, and tries to cut through the cloud of myth that surrounds the primordial simplicity of "RPS."
Entre Nous with Dean of the Faculty of Education Roger Slee - 150 years later: teaching the tech-savvy, information-saturated young
As the faculty gears up for their 150th anniversary, Dean Slee reflects on the challenges of meeting the needs of a wireless generation.