CIM, the folks who bring you pronking robots and other nutty stuff, turns 20; hip hop hits the streets to battle HIV/AIDS; a public conversation tackles the always contentious issue of public and private health care; and the McGill Conservatory's gala puts the spotlight on fresh musical talent.
Under Kate Rhodes's supervision, the Alumni Association is heading a variety of programs and events committed to improving the current student experience on campus.
CIHR funding is announced.
Learn the historical context of why, exactly, the dessert spoon is supposed to go where it does at the McCord's new exhibition on table settings.
Communications professor Carrie Rentschler researches the changes in how a kinder, gentler media covers victims of trauma.
Emory University professor Jeremy Gunn recently spoke at McGill about a recent ruling that upheld a Turkish ban on Islamic head scarves in public universities, a disturbing trend that violates religious expression.
McGill philosophy professor emeritus becomes the first Canadian to receive the prestigious Templeton Prize.
Mairi Best looks at the tropical reefs to better understand the fossil record over millions of years. This work takes her from the warm seas of the Caribbean to the frigid waters of the Arctic.
Faculty of Science undergrads and budding science reporters head to the big American Association for the Advancement of Science conference in Boston to answer the question: is science writing dead?
Silent Auction benefits Centraide; heroic diplomats save thousands; free movie on melting Arctic; McGill grad's book looks at gay bashing; Town Hall take two; and student researchers strut their stuff.