Jeremy MacDonald, PhD 6, T.A. reviews class material with Renee Yan, U0, Life Sciences major.
A student has learned the essential lesson of Canadian winters: fully loaded coffee mugs make the best hand-warmers.
Yann Serim, U3 Electrical Engineering in the hallway of the Macdonald Engineering Building.
The Redpath Museum on lower campus is home to exquisite woodwork.
Sally Vann, U2, Biology and Andrew Um, U3, Biology dissecting a Teleost.
Parents and future McGill University students are given a tour of the downtown campus.
Marionettes and Puppets from the Rosalynde Stearn Puppet Collection exhibition in the Humanities and Social Sciences Library.
Amanda Fraser, Arts, Political Science, ready to confront the winter cold
Students cut through the lower campus' branching pathways on their way to class.
Mireille De La Sablonniere-Griffin, PhD 2, Social Work, enjoying skating on the lower campus.
Huge McGill congratulations go to Win Butler (2nd from L), BA'04, of Montreal's Arcade Fire, which took home two BRIT Awards and the 2011 Grammy for Album of the Year with The Suburbs.
Martlet midfielder Alexandra Armstrong (U2 Management) celebrates a victory. Get the latest updates on everything from Athletics to Residences to Academic Advising at the new Connect Blog.
Headway Magazine's new issue lists "11 Reasons Why McGill Researchers Care About the Arctic (And Why You Should, Too)"
Civil Engineering undergrads (L to R) Angelica Lidén, Tim Sides and Juan Giha work alongside researchers at McGill’s Benedek Integrated Laboratories in Environmental Engineering.
The Laws of the Heart. Enough with giving chocolate hearts: Let’s talk about the real thing. This February, Focus online asks: Can a State institute laws that increase organ donation rates?
Two Opera McGill members rehearse their production of La Bohème.
For March Break this year, McGill’s Redpath Museum has a wide variety of attractions for kids, like origami dinosaur-making lessons and the skeleton of a nearly 18-foot-long Gorgosaurus.
A future crime-fighter delivers a stern warning to would-be villains at a McGill Student Parents' Network Halloween party, organized by Chaplaincy. Students with children can find more resources here.
(L-R) Rolling Stones backup musicians Ben Monder, Tim Ries and Bernard Fowler jam with McGill Jazz Orchestra director Gordon Foote during the Schulich Year of Jazz.
A revamped McGill website provides essential sexual health information. Read more in The Reporter.
McGill's Timothy Geary receives a $1-million grant for research that takes aim at the parasitic diseases ravaging Africa.