This sampling of McGill headliners includes a caustic conductor, earth-bound astronaut and a prof moonlighting as TV host.
Can't see the campus for the trees? McGill's 900 trees offer beauty, shade, tranquility and a unique glimpse into the history of the university.
Deans Roger Slee and Martin Grant promise no fisticuffs during their annual Centraide Rocks concert.
An American cow earns three dollars a day in subsidies, but half the world’s farmers earn less than two dollars a day. Indian food and trade policy analyst Devinder Sharma spoke at Macdonald campus about the inequities of the global trade system.
Jane Everett, Dean of Students, swaps places for a day with biochemistry undergrad Nicole Darricarrere.
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.