McGill earns props for going green; baseball umps are not colour blind; Montreal's infrastructure crumbles even more; hot time in the Arctic; and doing the neutron dance.
This year, CBC Radio's Montreal Matters series will focus on food.
Henry Mintzberg and Karl Moore get down to business, John Lydon talks marriage proposals and Andrea Benedetti ruins our summer by bad-mouthing beer.
The Faculty of Music brings Louis Riel to life through song.
With the re-launch of the McGill Science Undergraduate Research Journal, undergrads get the rare opportunity to have their research published.
Board of Governors restructuring was the big issue of the April 23 meeting of Senate. Also up – health and safety follow-up and American security concerns may be having an impact on graduate applications.
He hasn't written a best-selling novel or swum the English Channel, but don't put it past the indefatigable Clive Chang (honours student, musical director, administrator, student counselor).
Few people loved McGill as much as Betty McNab and even fewer worked as hard to make it a better place.
Pioneering McGill librarian Margaret Ridley Charlton was named a Person of Historic Importance by the Government of Canada. The multi-talented Charlton broke new ground in her profession at McGill.
McGill's Digital Orchestra is making beautiful music out of strange, strange thingamabobs.