So many McGill websites, so little time.
Stephen Lewis draws on his experience as UN special envoy in Africa and AIDS advocate when delivering this year's Massey Lectures.
The juggernaut that is McGill athletics brings back five major titles in just two short weeks.
Chemistry professor Scott Bohle has helped solve a medical mystery – how exactly anti-malaria drugs work. The breakthrough could help develop better treatments for a disease that infects 300-million people a year.
If you think some of the classes at McGill are full of animals, try the Canadian Field Studies in Africa, now run out of McGill.
From stilt-walkers to great talkers, there's a little something for everyone in and around campus in the coming weeks.
Two McGill student proposals for redeveloping part of Montreal's Griffintown district won awards in a recent inter-university competition.
Make your own mummy workshops, the First Peoples' House Pow Wow and a bike tour that includes fossils AND beer? Where do I sign up?
University Security Services have beefed up their patrols.
OK, screw on your thinking caps, folks. What's at least 6,000 years old, can be popped like corn and is richer in protein than wheat, barley or rye? Need another hint? It was also mixed with animal blood to make religious figurines by 16th-century Latin Americans. Give up? I'm not telling.