Toothsome conference at the McCord Museum satiates food lovers' appetite.
Once British Prime Minister Tony Blair's chief advisor on public service reform, Montrealer Wendy Thomson has been at the helm of the School of Social Work for over a year now. Has the homecoming lived up to expectations? The answers lie within...
A prof in a tank, a ranting psychologist, a physicist with a lead brick and the man from Brynania are the four winners of the 2003 Principal’s Prize for Excellence in Teaching.
Dr. Laurie Gottlieb to be honoured by the Canadian Nurses Association.
McGill's First-Year Office offers an array of services to new students, whether locals or out-of-towners.
Are Summer Fridays possible for a full-service University? McGill's white paper discusses our strengths and aspirations.
Paul Yachnin launches his Making Publics project.
As the dust settled after the Great War, McGill struggled with how to best commemorate those who fought and died in Europe.
Philosophers are invited to McGill to workshop their papers in progress, bouncing off their ideas and fielding questions on how we perceive hurricanes, intersex and Aristotle.
You won't be able to file your briefs after graduation (and we're not talking of organizing your underwear drawer), but students of McGill's newest law program will get their fill of all things legal. The Mini-Law program is aimed at a general audience to educate the common (and civil) folk on matters civil (and common).