Entre Nous with Robert Rabinovitch, Chair of the McGill Board of Governors: Presenting culture, promoting education, preserving a way of life
Recently reappointed as Chair of the McGill Board of Governors, Robert Rabinovitch expounds upon everything from Campaign McGill to the crucial role cultural activities play in society.
Our intrepid reporter went undercover at the McGill Bookstore during the September text-book rush. The best way to describe it? Tidal waves.
McGill's Mark Wainberg starts getting set for the XVIth International Conference on AIDS in Toronto that he will be co-chairing in August. One of the world's prominent AIDS researchers, Wainberg has some interesting insights into where we stand on the whole issue.
Queer scholars and businesspeople are getting together for a networking event at McGIll this month.
She can organize Convocation, demystify McGill bureaucracy and dance the swing like few other Secretary Generals. Is there anything Johanne Pelletier can't do?
Architecture takes a nomadic approach to the city.
Look at us McGillians stealing the spotlight again - cancer-curing coral, gay seniors, love-struck snails and - argh - a missed primetime opportunity.
The Redpath Museum opens a dedicated gallery for its ethnology collection.
Professors A.P.S. Selvadurai and Roderick Macdonald are named two of the five recipients of the prestigious Killam Prizes.
The University recently held its annual Rethink Campus sustainability conference. A forum for the university to give a report on progress to date and for the community to make suggestions as to where to go in the future, the conference addressed everything from waste management to commuting.