International conference looks at the boons and burdens of longitudinal studies.
Michael Bourguignon, our intrepid Man About Campus and longtime smoker, enrolls in the MUHC's smoking cessation program and walks readers through those early, cranky days.
A health and safety audit commissioned by McGill found many areas where we can improve our practices. Change is already underway.
Do you really need to hose down your front walk every Sunday morning? These helpful tips will help you cut down your water consumption.
Opera fights cancer; Twelfth Night goes condo; pumpkin carving and other creepy events for Halloween; first Town Hall of the year is coming up; the rich goulash that is Canadian food history
Oft-decorated atmospheric and oceanic sciences professor Lawrence Mysak endows a fellowship in the name of his mother and father.
You can get your holiday shopping done without having to brave the malls – campus offers a number of shopping opportunities, and better yet, you won’t hear Jingle Bell Rock on the PA system once.
She's petite (48 kilograms) but she packs a heck of a wallop. She's master's chem student Tatiana Vassilieff and she's the newly crowned world savate champion.
The last Senate meeting tackled academic amnesty, library staff and introduced a new set of regulations to govern the tenure process.
Only scientists know what the world owes to the lowly dung beetle...