Tea queen Maggie Weller continues the decades-old tradition of brewing a hot cuppa in the Pulp and Paper Institute.
This week's lineup of not-to-be-missed events includes a biodiversity symposium, a toad flick, standout stand-up comedy, a man-eating plant and, of course, another freaky offering from the good folks at the Redpath Museum.
Through rain, and sleet, and swarms of crickets McGill's mail service handles 1 million pieces of post a year — and the occasional puppy.
In only the first year of his Master's in the Department of Mining and Materials Engineering, Ryan Cunningham is already aiming high.
New designs in the bag; literary bonanza, will poet and novelist conflict?; art symposium unites rivals; Montreal Matters at McGill
Annual Winter Coat Drive helps clothe those crazy kids who showed up here wearing nothing but shorts and a tank top.
Suzelle Barrington has developed a way to reduce the odour of farm waste, and she wants to bring her composting techniques to the city.
McGill's Department of Animal Science makes history by producing Canada's first cloned pigs.
McGill rose from third to second place in the annual Maclean's rankings of Canada's universities. University of Toronto came first in the medical/doctoral category.
Sure, the ol' double cheek kiss is one of those quaint distinct society things that separate us from the rest of the herd, but it's also a springboard for germs. With experts predicting a global pandemic in the near future, see what steps McGill's Infection Control Committee is taking to ensure our safety.