Which McGillian claimed the coveted title as Newsmaker of 2007? Read on to find out.
Jobin-Bevans would like to teach the world to sing, but would be happy to start with McGill staff.
Although hitting such high notes as announcing the recent CFI funding and welcoming new Dean of Arts Chris Manfredi, Senate was by and large a sombre affair that included a eulogy for popular former student Fred Sagel and a debate over the fate of the Sexual Assault Centre.
If you've noticed a lot of yellow Post-its around campus, they're part of Security's new anti-theft program.
The McGill community mourns the loss of Alan Edwards and Robert V.V. Nicholls.
The annual Easter Plant Sale at Macdonald Campus provides a variety of potted plants, cut flowers and gardening plants at prices ranging from $2 to $10.
Take one Tony Award-winning play and a Leonard Bernstein opera, mix in a pair of engineering events and sprinkle liberally with a MISC food conference and what do you get? A busy January at McGill.
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.