You can see splendid examples of Conus gloriamaris at the Redpath Museum, plus many other even more spectacular shells, thanks to the generosity of Abe Levine, who donated his collection to the museum.
In his swan song as a staff reporter, Reynolds paints a loving, if somewhat wistful, portrait of the last Senate meeting of the academic year.
Pediatrician Franziska Baltzer will speak on April 6 on everything you wanted to know about adolescent sex but were afraid to ask.
The Edible Campus project on lower campus shows how every nook and cranny can be used to grow food.
Redpath Museum curator Ingrid Birker takes velocipede-riding Montrealers on a tour through Montreal's past, from the murky mists of pre-history embedded in rock to the founding of a microbrewery.
Although he's been at McGill since 1979, Provost Anthony Masi has no desire to look back on his career. He's too busy moving McGill forward.
The bookstore holds its annual family day for staff and students.
U4 arts student Max Reed writes about his participation in the recent McGill World Health Organization Simulation.
McGill researchers will soon have access to one of the world's most powerful multi-wavelength lasers for their experiments. Physics professor Mark Sutton explained that the new Advanced Laser Light Source (ALLS) project will bring together biologists, chemists and physicists from Canada to Japan.
Roger Slee waxes poetic about the McGill Education Project, global and local research, and what it's like to be Martin Grant's bandmate.