She's the SSMU's new Prez and she's got lots of ideas for the year ahead.
Neither a butcher nor candlestick maker, Jewish Studies student Elizabeth Alpern is, however, a gifted baker who supplies denizens of the McGill ghetto with delicious homemade breads.
Cath Mortin has lived all over the world, and everywhere she's gone she has made herself at home. The biomedical engineering student is a compulsive volunteer, working in everything from homeless shelters in Virginia or coaching kids in China.
Somewhere along the way to becoming a certified financial analyst, Kathleen Ng saw the light. And it was green.
Philosopher and professor emeritus Raymond Klibansky dies at 99, leaves rich intellectual legacy and extraordinary stories.
Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist Seymour Hersh -- the man who brought us My Lai and Abu Ghraib -- will deliver a speech in conjunction with the opening of McGill's innovative media and communications studies program.
The new poultry research centre at Macdonald campus will allow researchers to investigate the mysteries of our feathered friends — we suspect fowl play.
The McGill Educational Initiative on Interprofessional Collaboration will host a one-day conference on patient safety in the clinical setting.
"What Role Must or Can the Quebec State Play in Education?" is the theme of a conference sponsored by the Quebec Studies Program.
Four McGillians get the nod for some prestigious awards, including Sarah Hazell, Chantelle A.M. Richmond, Karen Roberts and our very own Golden Girl, Sarah Ali-Khan.