Quatuor pour la fin du temps was written by French composer Olivier Messiaen when he was a prisoner of war in Germany.
OK, so he's the winningest hockey coach in Redmen history and he was just named CIS Coach of the Year in March. Do you think you can get Martin Raymond to toot his own horn one little bit? Well, we tried.
The McGill women's choir Simply Sweetly sings snowy songs.
McGillians sure do win lots of awards.
Africa is often perceived as a dark, backward and war-ravaged place. Sauvé Scholar Readith Muliyunda explains how the international media help perpetuate these inaccurate stereotypes.
The Dean of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences discusses environmental research, interdisciplinarianism and, of course, the faculty's upcoming centennial bash.
Why did the Montreal Mirror recently put Nejeed Kassam and his cohorts at End Poverty Now on its list of Noisemakers 2007? Maybe it has something to do with their lofty ambition to do away with world poverty.
Shakespeare — both the man and his plays — through the eyes of artists is the subject of a display in the McLennan-Redpath library curated by Richard Virr.
The Principal stands and delivers at Town Hall.
Cambridge professor Simon Schaffer looks at 17th-century vacuum pumps and laxatives during D. Lorne Gales Lecture in the History of Science.