McGill's public event "For Quebec's Good Health: Vision, Education and Action" will examine the factors that contribute to the state of health in the province.
Did someone say summer camps? Ah, McGill's got some great ones.
The queen conch has been dethroned in her undersea realm, and biology PhD candidate Alex Tewfik says the usurper – the sea urchin – has been aided and abetted by man's meddling.
Intrepid editor hopes to evade comedian Joey Elias's comic barbs at the annual comedy show for McGill's usually taciturn managers.
The world's foremost physicists slug it out over the controversial anthropic principle at the sold-out Lorne Trottier Public Science Symposium.
Anthropology students at three universities are putting together an Interuniversity Ethnographic Film Festival of Montreal (FFEM, in its French translation).
Sure, we're still up to our armpits in the white fluffy stuff, but a few months down the road we'll be flocking to the province's lakes to cool off. Unless blue-green algae rears its ugly head again.
Students climb in a bus and hit the road to track down career leaders across the continent and ask their advice.
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A roundup of seasonal activites for children.