Twenty-five years after the signing of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, McGill gathers some heavy-hitters -- including some of the primary participants -- to assess the highs and lows of post-Charter Canada.
Despite competing with one hand metaphorically tied behind their backs, Macdonald Campus's team of bioresource engineering students managed to place second at a national design competition in Hamilton.
Schulich School of Music Jazz Performance student Karl Schwonik marches to the beat of his own drummer.
The best oral hygiene show on wheels. McGill's award-winning Dental Outreach program has been hitting the street since 1998, giving people who can't normally afford regular dental care reason to smile.
A politically minded reader asks where did the political spectrum of left, centre and right originate.
The Tomlinson Science Teaching Development Workshop offered graduate students the chance to gain concrete strategies and tools they can use in the classroom as TAs.
Just a few of McGill's more successful and creative green initiatives.
Peter Todd returns to his alma mater, McGill, this time as Dean of the Faculty of Management.
Bet you didn't know that the very first Centraide march back in 1991 kicked off on McGill's downtown campus. Sure did.
Ballet dancer, chemistry whiz, inventor, legal scholar — McGill honours Canada's best and brightest with degrees.