Vintage cookbooks and tuberculosis. Need we say more?
Leigh Turner takes exception to bioethicists who focus primarily on the sexy, high-tech issues of the day. Instead, he says, we should be concentrating on issues related to medicine and health care in impoverished, developing nations.
Maeve Haldane calls it quits after almost five years as editor of the McGill Reporter.
NSERC recently celebrated 25 years with a lecture on extreme weather from the most recent NSERC chair and a reception for NSERC grant holders.
A pair of "sustainability" items from our bottomless treasure chest of McGill web gems.
Grad students plot Thomson House festivities.
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."