Even big-time producers like Jake Eberts occasionally roll snake eyes. Sure, he helped make "Gandhi," "The Killing Fields" and "Dances with Wolves," but what was he thinking when he signed on for "Super Mario Brothers"?
The Douglas Hospital honours outgoing Dean of Medicine Abe Fuks at its Scientific Research Day on November 29.
Casanova-smooth lattés, simple lunch fare and bite-sized delectable cookies await those who enter the minimalist café Nocochi.
Tom Mole, assistant professor in the Department of English, tells us that our obsession with Britney and Paris has precedents that are centuries old.
Michael Ignatieff to give Beatty Lecture at Homecoming.
Pascal Zamprelli, a former House of Commons Page and current McGillian, gives us the scoop on what life is like up on the Hill.
George McCourt of the McGill School of Environment is working with the City of Montreal to better monitor — and maybe reduce — residential water wastage.
What could be better than informal, accessible lectures given by brilliant science researchers on their work? Throw in a free lunch.
You can see splendid examples of Conus gloriamaris at the Redpath Museum, plus many other even more spectacular shells, thanks to the generosity of Abe Levine, who donated his collection to the museum.
In his swan song as a staff reporter, Reynolds paints a loving, if somewhat wistful, portrait of the last Senate meeting of the academic year.