"What Role Must or Can the Quebec State Play in Education?" is the theme of a conference sponsored by the Quebec Studies Program.
Four McGillians get the nod for some prestigious awards, including Sarah Hazell, Chantelle A.M. Richmond, Karen Roberts and our very own Golden Girl, Sarah Ali-Khan.
Janine Schmidt made a name for herself as an inventive and forward-looking librarian at the University of Queensland. Now she's the new Trenholme Director of Libraries at McGill, and she's ready for the challenge.
When the bulk of McGillians go home at night, the campus classrooms are taken over by a very different student body.
As long as there have been sports there have been cheaters. It is McGill Chancellor Dick Pound's job to stop them — at least at the level of the Olympics — as head of the World Anti-Doping Authority.
Bruce Shore gives us the skinny on the various services his office provides for McGill students. He's come a long way from his days stocking shelves at the Chrysler warehouse.
The Principal hosts an open forum for students, faculty and staff.
The multi-talented Heymann talks about everything from her testimony before the U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions to her aspirations to compete in the Iditarod dog sled race.
To mark the 400th anniversary of the French presence in North America, France and Canada are putting relevant documents online.
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"?