The Dining-at-McGill Advisory Committee is asking for submissions.
What do former U.S. President Bill Clinton and Chief Justice John Glover Roberts, Jr., have in common? They both have the honour of being elected into the American Academy of Arts and Sciences at the same time as McGill prof Nahum Sonenberg. Has success gone to Sonenberg's head? Nope. He's still the same guy, who just likes talking about cars and curing cancer.
Principal Heather Munroe-Blum took the floor for her second Town Hall meeting with staff and students. Questions ranged from ethical pension funds to lawnmower use.
As part of its spring Convocation, McGill will recognize fourteen outstanding individuals with honorary degrees and six Professors Emeriti.
Yael Hartmann used to be vehemently against the tactics of the Israeli Defence Forces. Then she got a job as a media liaison officer with the IDF.
While you're still cocooning in your comforter at six in the morning, the Mac Campus lumberjacks and lumberjills are burying the hatchet (and the crosscut saw) in preparation for their last major competition.
Marketing prof Karl Moore takes a group of students to the W Hotel, a new breed of high-end hotels typical of the new "experience economy."
As Associate Vice-Principal (Communications), Jennifer Robinson's job is to make McGill look good. As a public relations pro, she couldn't ask for a better client.
Our man on the street logs his daily water consumption and gives readers insight into his borderline compulsive teeth-brushing regimen.
Tom Hudson's breakthrough tracks the millions of tiny differences in our genetic code that lead to disease. But what does that have to do with Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards?