Philosopher Ian Hacking delivered the 28th annual Osler Lecture on how we view our bodies, minds and, ultimately, ourselves.
What would drive four young men to give up the creature comforts of home to pedal 7,777.7 kilometres across Canada? A son's love for his mother.
Senate discussed recruitment, health and safety, and asked if someone could open a window around here.
Abe Lincoln and Sir William Osler -- does it get any better than this?
Geography professor Wayne Pollard - or Wayne Pollard's office - gets a cameo in the summer disaster movie "The Day After Tomorrow."
Elizabeth Martin, McGill volunteer for Montreal's premier help line, speaks out on the need for more folks to lend an ear.
They are the wounded, the disfigured and the doomed. They are the books of the library's "Degrees of Mutilation" display in the Redpath.
Lots of great events happening in and around McGill, but none greater than the Freaky Friday shrunken head extravaganza!
When 400 French-speaking historians descended on McGill last October, history professor Brian Young wanted to give them an introduction to the campus. He turned to student filmmakers Matthew Rankin and Walter Forsberg, who cooked up a sly examination of McGill's place in Quebec.
Redmen goalie Mathieu Poitras gets invited to try out for the NHL's Anaheim Ducks.