Assessing the human element of the environmental movement will be at the heart of the 2003 Open Meeting of the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change Research Community.
Job interview techniques, cancer-fighting cookies, McGill's maples and other trees, Haida art and philosophy and the lowdown on sexual harassment.
Janusz Kozinski takes the reins.
An image gallery of proud parents and happy (and relieved) graduates.
An upcoming conference hosted by the Institute of Air and Space Law will address all the thorny legal problems arising from modern air travel — privacy, sovereignty, safety and even the environment.
Stephen Toope, McGill's former Dean of Law and all-around nice guy, does us proud by being named president of UBC. Has success gone to his head? Not a chance. He still had time to talk with the Reporter about the two schools very dear to his heart.
The McGill community reacted with shock to the news of the Indian Ocean tsunami. A number of students, staff and alumni were affected by the disaster.
Frédéric Samvura's journey, from Kenyan refugee camp to the Roddick Gates as an Economics and International Development student, is an inspirational story of courage.
The rapidly growing field of biotechnology is a major employer in Quebec. McGill's new Master's degree in the field is an interdisciplinary program that will train students for careers in everything from pharmaceutics to environmental technology.
Our annual roundup of the McGillians who garnered the most ink and sound bites. Who topped the media charts? Read on to find out.