Faculty of Science undergrads and budding science reporters head to the big American Association for the Advancement of Science conference in Boston to answer the question: is science writing dead?
Silent Auction benefits Centraide; heroic diplomats save thousands; free movie on melting Arctic; McGill grad's book looks at gay bashing; Town Hall take two; and student researchers strut their stuff.
What do you get when you combine Dean of Music Don McLean and rock production legend Sandy Pearlman? A treat for students next semester.
A recent CREPUQ survey revealed that incoming undergraduate students to Quebec universities are woefully unprepared for the modern research library. Library studies professor Diane Mittermeyer talks about the results, and where we go from here.
It's every student's dream -- to grade their school from top to bottom.
Anthropologist Ronald Niezen is a foremost expert in North American aboriginal affairs, and a delegate for the Grand Council of the Crees at Geneva.
Hollywood can keep Indiana Jones, we've got Bruce Trigger -- the archaeologist's archaeologist.
A look at the Martlet, McGill's beloved icon — McGill's Martlets have been everywhere and taken many forms through the years.
The co-founder of the Montreal-based Matrox Group of video graphics companies, Lorne Trottier, writes about his lifelong love of science and his philanthropic inspirations.
McGill's current tally of deferred maintenance is currently $165-million. It's an uphill battle to catch up on the work, complicated by McGill's many heritage buildings.