Redpath's new outreach officer and choirgirl brings the museum's fossils and foibles to public light.
One of the contributing authors of the recent Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and champion of the environment Nigel Roulet gives an insider's look at the bombshell report.
The McGill leg of the Interuniversity Ethnographic Film Festival of Montreal will take place in room 26 of the Leacock Building, on Feb 20.
The Founding Director, Brace Centre for Water Resources Management, and current Dean, Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, gives us the lowdown on our favorite liquid.
Jarrett Rudy looks at the history of one of Quebec's favourite pastimes, smoking, and how the attitudes of la belle province differed from the rest of Canada.
From dementia to hedge funds, survival analysis has many uses.
The McGill Chaplaincy Service and the McGill International Students Network collect and distribute winter wear for international students.
Our annual roundup of some of the new professorial faces on campus focuses on everything from opera to electrical engineering.
Former Dean of Law Peter Leuprecht has a unique perspective on the Southeast Asian country, which since 1993 has been returning to some semblance of normalcy. Leuprecht, Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations for Human Rights in Cambodia will discuss the country's situation from the fall of the Khmer Rouge to the present.
In the most recent installment of this popular feature, anthropology prof John Galaty answers the age-old question, "Why are stop lights red, caution lights yellow and go lights green?" Go to find out more. No, stop. OK, you can go now.