The Quebec parliamentary inquiry into the state of higher education allowed McGill administration to make their pitch to rationalize the funding process for universities and allow universities to tap new sources of income.
Batteries are our friends, right? Not as soon as you toss them in the garbage.
Noted intellectual and Governor General's Award winner Michael Ignatieff wows the crowd at the annual Homecoming Beatty Lecture. Will he run for office? Read on.
Our weekly roundup of newsmakers and muckrakers includes a nice tip of the hat to McGill from overseas.
Walk the deserts of Africa and the tundra of the North in search of dinosaurs with Hans Larsson.
Cette année, le thème de la conférence du Management Forum est Living, Learning and Preserving Excellence (Vivre, apprendre et maintenir l'excellence).
The Principal presented her achievements and plans, questions about tuition and a report on gender balance.
Novelist Tom King comes to campus as a Massey lecturer.
Math to predict the viability of an ore mine? Sounds crazy? Sure, crazy like a fox. With the launch on September 8, McGill's Stochastic Mine Planning Laboratory already has the backing of some of the world's mining giants.
While in Nicaragua last year, engineering student Bahareh Seyedi was struck by the lack of activity after the sun set at night. Together with fellow students and some innovative technology, she has set up a program that will bring light to rural areas.