The Montreal History Project don their zoot suits.
One year into his new job, Mort Mendelson outlines what's been done to accentuate the student experience at McGill and what the plans are for future improvements.
Dean of Engineering John Gruzleski is planning McGill's future, and may determine what the campus looks like in 50 years.
What do Tanzanian black tea and essays by filmmaker Denis Arcand have in common? Both were staples at the English and French Language Centre's annual Entrethé event.
The Jeune Chambre de commerce de Montréal provides networking opportunities.
Among other issues hashed out in Senate, Morton Mendelson, Deputy Provost, Student Life and Learning, presents senators with the administration's preliminary response to the final report of the Principal's Task Force on Student Life and Learning.
Pete Barry wears two hats as the student advisor and program coordinator for the McGill School of Environment, which is appropriate for a position that takes him to two campuses.
Clapclapclapclapclap, Ole! Computer scientist Godfried Toussaint delves into the rhythm of Spanish dances to discover their ancestry.
Work being done by McGill researchers on developing a new test for tuberculosis will benefit health care workers in developing countries who come into frequent contact with the disease.
Karelia is a small republic within the Russian Federation, struggling to hold on to a threatened language that is the subject of Russian and Slavic Studies professor Paul Austin's research.