Does a squirrel's bushy tail serve a real purpose? Wildlife Biology prof David Bird gives us the inside scoop.
You may know how to read and use a computer, but are you information literate?
The Director of the McGill Domestic Violence Clinic looks at the disturbing trend in men who abuse the women they are dating.
The NFB screens "Multiple Choices" about the changing family.
When Tulane University was shut down following the devastation of Hurricane Katrina, McGill took in some of the displaced students. Frédéric Augonnet reminisces about the semester he spent here and, now that he's back in New Orleans, waxes nostalgic about poutine and the Habs.
Nursing students Annemarie Hoffmann and Maria MacDougall will be spending two months with the Kigali Health Institute in Rwanda, helping students and instructors there develop a new curriculum for the many challenges that are facing the tiny central African republic.
Having turned Carleton University's sports program into a winner, Drew Love brings his Midas touch to McGill.
Notes from the last Senate meeting, including the announcement that Joni Mitchell will be awarded an honorary degree.
McGill gears up to host some 6,000 delegates of the Association pour le savoir (Acfas) conference -- the largest francophone conference in North America, and possibly the world. So how do you keep 6,000 people entertained for five days? Read on.
The Principal hosts a second Town Hall meeting for students, faculty and staff.