From Olympic athlete to director of First Peoples' House, Waneek Horn-Miller has crammed more into 29 years than many people do in a lifetime.
Our erstwhile reporter sits in on Bruckner and Heavy Metal: From Chord Power to Power Chord -- arguably the most intriguingly named class in McGill history.
Vivian Nutton dissects anatomy through the ages.
Novelist William Weintraub takes on McGill and Montreal in the '40s with a bit of zip, bump 'n' grind.
Margaret Somerville kicks off her Massey Lecture series at the Mount Royal Centre.
We meet McGill's thinnest visitor - Flat Stanley.
Apurva Gollamudi, a professional associate at the Brace Centre for Water Resources Management, traveled to the Caribbean to teach a course on integrated water management. A dream assignment? Yeah--except for the 30-foot-long alligators.
Usually a BA precedes a PhD, but not for Claude Chomski.
So, maybe Osama bin Laden is just misunderstood. While economist R.T. Naylor doesn't go that far in his most recent book, he maintains that the al-Qaeda leader's power and influence has been greatly exaggerated by Western governments with hidden agendas.
Professor Gil Troy talks about Reagan and the '80s.