The Faculty of Law is embracing a pluralistic take on teaching.
Former prime minister and new McGill prof Joe Clark comes out swinging in his first public lecture since signing up.
Will hipster cow Moopheus reveal to cheery pig Leo the reality of modern-day corporate food production? Watch Leo take the red pill and discover his pastoral farm home is all a fantasy at www.themeatrix.com.
A five-minute shower can render upwards of 100 litres of potable water undrinkable. Wouldn't it be great if we could put that water to some other use before dumping it in the sewer? Sara Finley has an idea.
An action-packed Senate had something for everyone: Klibansky eulogy, music degrees, university-wide emails. The fur really flew when senators learnt that the bookstore issued 3,000 rainchecks this fall.
Inspired in part by his boyhood fascination with astronomy and space exploration, Lorne Trottier bestows a $12-million gift on the faculties of science and engineering to establish a pair of endowed chairs and provide fellowships to graduate students.
Distroboto is a vending machine for stocking stuffer art.
Ten years after being clobbered by the legendary ice storm of 1998, tales of altruism and good deeds at McGill still ring true.
Rock crushes Scissors, Scissors cut Paper. Paper covers Rock, and Morris Popowich covers the 2003 Rock Paper Scissors Championship for the McGill Reporter, and tries to cut through the cloud of myth that surrounds the primordial simplicity of "RPS."
Entre Nous with Dean of the Faculty of Education Roger Slee - 150 years later: teaching the tech-savvy, information-saturated young
As the faculty gears up for their 150th anniversary, Dean Slee reflects on the challenges of meeting the needs of a wireless generation.