Evaluating course evaluations.
Fighting bullies, cracking crime capers and... dissecting owl pellets?!? McGill leaves no pellet unturned in its ongoing effort to educate the masses.
Adriana Palanca reflects on what it is like to be a returning student, and surprises herself by using the word "whippersnappers."
Wrongly convicted of a crime you didn't commit? You might want to contact Innocence McGill, a group of undergrad law students seeking to overturn wrongful convictions.
Plan ahead for the season of indulgence — sign up for the Staff Fitness Program now.
Ashesh Mukherjee, from the Desautels Faculty of Management, fills us in on the ins and outs of marketing.
Janyne Hodder, currently Principal of Bishop's University, will become McGill's first vice-principal (inter-institutional affairs). Her job is to strengthen the university's relations with external bodies.
What do you get when you mix beer and a roomful of lawyers? Not just the lead-in to a bad joke, but Coffee House, the weekly get-together at the Faculty of Law that - surprise, surprise - doesn't serve a drop of coffee.
As Christmas approaches the campus is alive with the sounds of classical concerts, skating parties, food drives and, of course, Sasquatch.
Internationally recognized expert on inclusive education Robert Slee came all the way from sunny Australia to become Dean of the Faculty of Education.