Responsible restaurateurs: McGill’s food services are getting greener – composting some 1.5 tonnes of food waste per year, buying local, giving bottled water the boot and getting as much produce as possible from our own Macdonald farm. More about our sustainable food.
Explore our natural history! If you don’t recognize this as a mastodon’s molar, brush up on your natural history at the Redpath Museum and bring your family or class along. Visit the Redpath!
(Morgan le Begue, U2 BComm) Fighting cancer one daffodil at a time : Every spring, the McGill Students’ Cancer Society sells daffodils to help fight a killer disease. More about McGill cancer research.
Spring Convocation 2012: We've got all the info you need to celebrate, from a Convocation calendar and guest tickets to regalia bookings, diploma frames and more. Find out more.
Prof. Andrew Hendry and his colleague are hard at work researching the evolution of learning in the Galapagos. Read more in the Reporter. Find more Notes from the field
Fay Jeffrey gives the Gorgosaurus at the Redpath Museum a quick tooth brushing. Visit the dinos
Dr. Mark A. Wainberg, world-renowned HIV/AIDS researcher and head of the McGill AIDS Centre, was recently awarded the 2012 Killam Prize in Health Sciences by the Canada Council for the Arts. Find out more. Watch the video.
McGill is talking about sustainability. The Vision 2020 process builds on recent successes to create a sustainability vision and action plan for—and from—the entire university community. Join the conversation.
Undergraduate students Elizabeth Conway and Cory Lipman take on the roles of The Daughter of Indra and The Lawyer in the Department of English Drama & Theatre Program's production of A Dream Play. More about the play
McGill violin professor Mark Fewer brought home Contemporary Jazz Album of the Year at this weekend's Juno Awards for his album Changing Seasons, recorded with the Phil Dwyer Orchestra. Find out more
Last year, Trippy Yang and his team set out to take a crack at a new McGill anthem. A few months and tens of thousands of YouTube views later, here’s what they came up with. Watch the video
Rick Mercer recently visited McGill's downtown campus to congratulate students for raising close to $10 000 for his "Spread the Net" student challenge. Their efforts earned them a featured spot on the season finale of the Rick Mercer Report, airing on Tuesday at 8 pm on the CBC. Watch the video