Architecture student Lara Pascali looks at the phenomenon of Italian North American homes with two separate kitchens: one upstairs for show and a basement one for use.
Garry Peterson cautions us about the dangers of our agricultural practices changing the water cycle.
McGill's Dr. Doolittle, Mathias Leblanc, combines his love of animals and people in his new job as University Vet.
By day they deliver babies and remove troublesome gall bladders, by night they make sweet, sweet music. The I Medici di McGill Orchestra is nothing if not unique.
Another year, another resolution – we ask around campus to find out how you are going to make 2004 a better year.
From Frances (Burney) to Fontanus (scholarly journal), it can all be found online.
RGO helps researchers land the big bucks.
Renaissance man Kevin Curran studies plays by Samuel Daniel commissioned by noblewomen in an era when female actors weren't supposed to be on stage.
Suzanne MacDonald discusses kids' body image.
McGill's Department of Physics' award-winning "in-reach" program teaches staff about the work being done by the people they support.