Twenty-six McGill psychology assistants and students embark on daredevil Epic Journey, Friday, September 3.
The McGill University men's hockey team turns 134 years old on January 31 with a memorable birthday present.
The best long-term therapy for breast cancer survivors might have nothing to do with doctors or self-help books, a health researcher at McGill University says. Her prescription? Dragon boat racing.
Competition on Macdonald Campus hosts 180 lumberjacks
David and Sheryl Kerr, both Montreal natives who now reside in Toronto, have bestowed a $1 million gift to the McGill University women's hockey team.
Olympic gold medallist Jennifer Heil, a McGill University student from Spruce Grove, Alta., has been proclaimed by Time Magazine as a Canadian hero.
Sarah Ali-Khan, a McGill University doctoral student in pharmacology and therapeutics, has won a Woman of Distinction award from the Montreal YWCA in the Sports & Wellness category.
Waneek Horn-Miller passes on her mother's legacy of empowerment.
Sanctions and educational steps announced to prevent hazing.
McGill researchers have shown that oral contraceptives affect joint flexibility. Women who take such pills have more stable knee joints. These new findings suggest that women taking contraceptives may be at a reduced risk for joint injury.