So, should we split the yarrow or keep it together? Just one of the pressing questions weighing on the minds of the caretakers of the recently reopened Roslyn Robertson Herb and Scent Garden.
The Innocence Project in the Faculty of Law uses the energies of students and professors to help free the wrongfully convicted.
McGill researchers get a $38.6 million boost in the arm.
Jacques Hurtubise, appointed associate vice-principal (research) in August, will be sitting behind a bigger desk sooner than he expected. He will be the acting vice-principal (research) upon the departure of Louise Proulx, who is leaving her VP portfolio at the end of September.
A trio of enterprising McGill students help provide street children in India with much-needed refuge.
Representatives from Quebec's universities descended on McGill to discuss "instructional engineering" and how to incorporate technology in the classroom.
Our intrepid Reporter reporter graduates from the smoking cessation program at the Jewish General Hospital, and isn't nearly as grumpy as we thought he'd be.
The university will be taking more time to examine how food services are delivered on campus. A new committee with staff and student representation will study the issue over the next year.
The rescheduled Town Hall looked sparse just minutes before show time, then the contrarian troops rolled in to chat with Principal Heather Munroe-Blum.
The Board of Governors unanimously votes to reappoint Heather Munroe-Blum to a second term as Principal and Vice-Chancellor.