Art history professor Francesca Dal Lago studies Chinese art -- from the propaganda posters of the Cultural Revolution to the punk ethos of the more recent era.
Does it feel a little more festive than usual around campus this year? That's because there's a whole lot of milestone anniversaries this year, including the 125th anniversary of the opening of the Protestant Hospital for the Insane (now known as the Douglas Hospital).
McGill graduate Julian Adams returned to McGill to share his experiences as a groundbreaking research chemist leading the field in anti-cancer drug development.
McGill helps organize the 14th World Congress on In Vitro Fertilization and Third World Congress on In Vitro Maturation, during which former and current patients will address congress goers.
A World War II conference gave an opportunity for McGill to honour two great men.
Three survivors of three different genocides -- Rwanda, Cambodia and the Holocaust -- explain what justice and human rights mean to those who have lived the horror.
McGill architecture students took on a cool new project in Quebec City's Ice Hotel.
McGill researchers link spina bifida to three mutations in the VANGL1 gene.
Take the kids for a whale of a time at the Redpath Museum.
Tea queen Maggie Weller continues the decades-old tradition of brewing a hot cuppa in the Pulp and Paper Institute.