Two PhD students create "Calendar to End Breast Cancer."
Big kids now. Big problems later in life. McGill is organizing its second annual Think Tank to gather experts in a variety of fields to come up with an action plan to wean our kids off the cheeseburgers.
Law students launch a new journal on international sustainable development law.
Everything from the return of Moshe Safdie to the never-ending battle against discrimination. McGill has it all!
McGill's busy Quebec Studies Program allows students and researchers to combine disciplines in a fertile ground for studying North America's largest French jurisdiction.
Some 6,500 NAFSA delegates swooped into Montreal recently. What does NAFSA stand for anyway? Because we want you to read the article, we refuse to tell.
Evaluating course evaluations.
Fighting bullies, cracking crime capers and... dissecting owl pellets?!? McGill leaves no pellet unturned in its ongoing effort to educate the masses.
Adriana Palanca reflects on what it is like to be a returning student, and surprises herself by using the word "whippersnappers."
Wrongly convicted of a crime you didn't commit? You might want to contact Innocence McGill, a group of undergrad law students seeking to overturn wrongful convictions.