Louis Riel makes the funny papers.
Our intrepid reporter agrees to have his brain scanned as part of an MNI study. What was found after two gruelling hours in the "doom tube"? Insert your own punchline here or read on.
The McGill Middle East Program in Civil Society and Peace Building screens the documentary "An Unlikely Friendship."
The main entrance of the Redpath Library Building will be closed through Oct. 3 as it goes through important renovations.
"Florence on the Eve of the Renaissance," a conference from the Department of Italian Studies, will present different aspects of the scientific, cultural and moral frameworks of the Florentine merchant class at the beginning of the Renaissance.
In his last article as a member of the McGill Reporter staff, Jeff "Bad Boy" Roberts tugs at our heartstrings as he reminisces about his decade as an undergrad, law student and McGill staffer. So long Jefferson, we hardly knew ye.
A new approach to student activism comes to McGill. The Student World Assembly recently held their first conference on nuclear proliferation in the Middle East.
What's better than online biodiversity and dictionaries? Nothing.
Get your buns in the barn for the annual Mac Campus BBQ.
Stats whiz Celine Le Bourdais heads up Statistics Canada's latest information laboratory. McGill researchers will have full access to decades of survey data.