McGill's Social Equity and Diversity Education office will be hosting the first annual Harassment Prevention Week, geared towards exploding common myths and misconceptions and helping people recognize harassment in its many nuances.
Microbiology professor emeritus Eddie Chan sells his textbook rights for a good cause.
T. Alexander Dececchi, a first-year PhD candidate, gives readers a glimpse of what it's like to hunt for fossils in the Canadian High Arctic.
Philosopher Daniel Dennett will be giving the Montreal Neurological Institute's Wilder Penfield Lecture, entitled "My Body Has a Mind of its Own."
With wind in its sails, McGill is on course for further excellence. In this, the semester-ending issue of the McGill Reporter, an expanded Entre Nous gives the Principal a chance to talk about the academic year that was and what to expect for the future.
The first annual Psychosocial Oncology Research Day will bring together medical and social professionals to address better ways to treat not only the disease of cancer, but the whole patient.
When not working on his doctoral studies in Integrated Studies in Education, Dale Boyle can be found on stage wielding a pretty mean blues axe.
Heather Munroe-Blum welcomes back the McGill community and looks to a future of building on McGill's strengths, improving communication and working strategically to achieve our goals — and hopefully getting more money with which to do so.
Think that nasty old industrial revolution was the event that started punching holes through the ozone layer? Guess again. Mini-Beatty lecturer William Ruddiman says people have been messing with global warming since we started farming the land and domesticating animals some 10,000 years ago.
Players' Theatre presents Neil LaBute's "The Shape of Things."