Graduate students in the Social Sciences and Humanities received new money from the federal government. Masters students will be funded from this level for the first time.
Everything you ever wanted to know about cellulose but were afraid to ask.
When does a tendency to misplace your glasses become a cause for medical concern? Neuroscientists Howard Chertow and Gabriel Leonard answer these and other questions along with other experts during Brain Awareness Week.
What better way to wrap up this year's Headliners column than with the greasy goodness of poutine and a good old-fashioned optical illusion?
As an aspiring writer, getting a publishing deal can be the best thing to happen to you. Setting up your own publishing house is even better, and is just what graduate student Mélanie Vincelette did.
Our intrepid reporter regales all with another installment of exclusive Senate coverage. Special guests, crime sprees and a presentation that brought the house down.
Were it not for bad handwriting, the Bellairs Research Institute in Barbados might have gone to the U of T. Recently, it celebrated its 50th anniversary as a McGill institution.
Time off from school and work to vote? Sweet.
Mechanical engineering students showed off their solutions to real-life problems at their annual Project Design Exhibition.
New provost Tony Masi expounds upon all things McGill, including academic priorities, interdisciplinary research and the ongoing search for new sources of revenue.