Deadly peanuts, neighbourhood-friendly housing and mice that are so happy they're ready to belt out show tunes.
There are hundreds of people on the waiting lists for McGill's two daycares, run by the university and by the SSMU. The provincially subsidized system keeps costs down for parents, but has led to administrative problems that university users are addressing through informal discussion groups and lobbying.
Fire procedures, safety training and online course evaluations.
Osler Library celebrates its 75th anniversary.
Worms, MRIs, a techie fair and more art than you could shake a paintbrush at.
Rebecca Tyson, one of the authors of "The Mathematics of Marriage," will deliver the Cutting Edge Lecture in Science February 10.
The McGill website just got greener with the addition of its virtual tour of the university's trees.
The chemical make-up of the atmosphere is complicated, made even more so by the micro-organisms floating around. Chemistry professor Parisa Ariya's research shows the effect of bioaerosols on our climate is greater than previously thought.
Open House attracts thousands, improv comedy splits sides, lumberjacks grind their axes, Darwin linked to Redpath Museum and, of course, design saves the world.
A simple act of kindness during the bloody partition of India in 1947 set Manjit Singh, director of Chaplaincy Services, on the path to enlightenment.