David Byrne's coming to McGill to discuss the direction of the music industry. Are musicians being taken to the river?
Psychology PhD candidate has become the first researcher in Canada to receive funding from the Grammy Foundation for his work on how the human brain responds to movements of musicians in performance.
A quirky collection of antique bookplates and the ever-popular McGill classified ads.
The long awaited Information Commons and Café have opened in the Redpath library. Grab a coffee and pull up to one of the 69 computers.
Waneek Horn-Miller, former Olympian and the coordinator of McGill's First Peoples' House, puts a group of Aboriginal teens through the paces at our first ever High-Performance Camp. How many participants survived the grueling three-day camp?
The McLennan Library's special exhibition featuring work from Danish author Hans Christian Andersen runs from March 1 to the end of April 2005.
Stepping into the fray once again, our fearless scribe allowed himself to be hypnotized by Dr. Amir Raz. Now if we could only get him to stop clucking like that...
Pharmacology innovator Sir James Black talks on the "Greatest Benefit to Mankind."
Lights. Camera. Action! McGill's International Centre for Youth Gambling and High-Risk Behaviors launches the premiere of its new docudrama Clean Break - a film designed to warn teens about the dangers of problem gambling.
McGill has been hiring new professors by the hundred in recent years. Here are a few new faces: people who are finding out the truth about lying, the relationship between nationalism and theatre, between coffee and socio-political change, and examining the history of contraceptives.