More than a dozen ambitious students from around the world are the first Sauvé Scholars at McGill. The international group comes from around the world for a new program that aims to expand their understanding of the world.
Missed some of the activities that marked the first few days of the semester? Have no fear. Our mini photo essay recaps some of the highlights.
David Krawitz is the keystone among builders as administrative officer in the School of Architecture.
Nearly a decade after natural disaster, Gault Nature Reserve is a study in rejuvenation.
Four McGill pedagogues were honoured with the Principal's Prize for Excellence in Teaching: Reisa Lipszyc, Charles Boberg, Andrew Kirk and John Robert Silvius receive the recognition for their dedicated efforts to make the classroom experience a valuable one for students.
Generous McGillians exceed expectations by donating more than $280,000 to Centraide. Along the way, Law Dean Kasirer gets in a nice shot at his fellow Deans.
Jack Jedwab proves that a passion for hockey is not dead in this country, at least not in his class on sports in Canada.
Nottingham Trent professor Mark Griffiths explains the inner machinations of a Video Lottery Terminal.
Auditor General Sheila Fraser and Cirque du Soleil president Daniel Lamarre are among the prizewinners at the 26th annual McGill Management Achievement Awards.
During its annual sojourn at the Bellairs Research Institute, AQUA, an amphibious robot developed by the Centre for Intelligent Machines, goes for some deep dives and learns a little sign language.