Alas poor Yorick, how much I can learn from your skull... Richard Fraser digs up Army Medical Museum bone collection, formerly used for teaching purposes, for Osler Library exhibit.
The McGill-hosted Québec Lucide conference proved once again that few Quebecers pack 'em in like Lucien Bouchard.
McGill will host next year's largest French-language science conference.
Lieutenant Commander William Kuebler sheds a harsh light on the Omar Khdar case.
Shaun Lovejoy is singing a different tune about the rain. The physics professor has shown how those raindrops that keep fallin' on your head do so in a chaotic pattern.
Giuseppe Di Stefano of the French Language and Literature Department decides to opt for the civilian life after 36 years at McGill. Along the way he won a bunch of awards and published the definitive dictionary of medieval French expressions.
The first annual "Life After McGill" conference will bring students and alumni together to help ease the transition from academia to the "real world."
McGill gets six Tier-1 and ten Tier-2 Chairs.
When a student was found dead in her residence room, McGill's crisis response went into action, providing support resources for students and staff.
Desmond Morton, Hiram Mills Professor of History, comes out swinging as he weighs in on the red-hot debate of Canada's ongoing military involvement in Afghanistan.