They are brilliant, artistic, intellectual, athletic and pretty sharp cookies. They are McGill's newest Rhodes Scholars.
Turn off the lights on your way out! McGilll marks its first Energy Week, where conservation is the name of the game.
In an issue crammed with top-flight green researchers, the McGill Reporter's editor tells readers how he all but backed his way into caring about the environment.
U.S. journalist Barrett Seaman boozes with undergrads to research his book "Binge: What Your College Student Won't Tell You."
The United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity launched their portion of the Millennium Environmental Assessment at McGill's Faculty Club. The assessment is the culmination of years of work by hundreds of scientists worldwide.
Up and running since 2004, the Arts Internships Program gives hundreds of students the chance to apply what they learn every year.
The Centraide campaign will hold a silent auction on November 18.
They first burst onto the scene in 2005, with the modest goal of collecting the Shatner Building's food waste. A mere year later, these oddly named enviro types have become McGill's champions of composting. In fact, they are so darn good at what they do, the graduating class of 2006 dropped a nifty chunk of change onto their laps as a reward for all the hard work.
Road map for McGill.
When the bulk of McGillians go home at night, the campus classrooms are taken over by a very different student body.