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The McGill-hosted Quebec Lucide conference proved once again that few Quebecers pack 'em in like Lucien Bouchard.
Uniting laws and nations
International law takes centre stage as McGill announces the new Hans and Tamar Oppenheimer Chair in Public International Law.
Headliners: From chubby kids to skinny
This week McGill researchers take on all kinds of scourges including obesity, smoking, blindness and childbirth complications.
P.O.V.: Page against the machine
Pascal Zamprelli, a former House of Commons Page and current McGillian, gives us the scoop on what life is like up on the Hill.
Katie McKenna: Tracking the year before
Poli Sci student and documentary maker Katie McKenna outlines the similarities between high school boys and other primates.
Ask an expert: Copyrights and
Want to write a book where Tarzan and Zorro square off against each other? Richard Gold gives us the ins and outs of copyright laws.
McGill again first in Canada, 21st in the
It's bad form to tell everyone you're the best in the nation. However, if the Times Higher Education Supplement should say it...
Entre Nous with Christopher Manfredi, Dean of
the Faculty of Arts
Winning arts and minds... Beyond the classroom
Just four months after taking the helm of McGill's largest and most diverse faculty, Chris Manfredi gives us the lowdown on academic renewal, the endless search for more space and why he turned his back on the Habs.
Childhood obesity conference
Experts from all over the world are attending the 2006 McGill Integrative Health Challenge Think Tank. For an insider look, view the conference webcast.
ACFAS, NSERC and a national baseball title.
What could be better than finally earning your degree? Getting your diploma beside a 10-time Stanley Cup winner. Check out the three heavyweights getting honorary degrees at Fall Convocation.
First and 10
Disgraced a year ago, the playoff-bound McGill Redmen football team are making headlines for all the right reasons this season.
Virus shuts down game
St. Francis Xavier game cancelled.
Voynova remembered for her 'quiet
The McGill community mourns the tragic death of Mila Voynova.
Management guru Henry Mintzberg hosts the first ever International Masters for Health Leaders, the world's only such instruction for top-notch health leaders from around the globe.
Bowling with the masters
So what does Karl Moore do with a gathering of some of the world's top business minds? Why, he takes them bowling, of course.
Fresh talent expanding
Our annual new profs issue profiles nine of the 80+ recent arrivals to McGill's faculty.
The architectural mock-ups of the new Engineering Student Centre are so cool even the little figurines look happy.
Strange science in the middle
Controversial British ethologist and evolutionary theorist (and the man once called "Darwin's Rottweiler") delivers the Beatty Lecture during Homecoming.
Margaret Somerville kicks off her Massey Lecture series at the Mount Royal Centre.
Plays, pumpkins, physics of superheroes, and the Osler Lecture reaches a milestone.
Chad Gaffield, new president of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada recently visited McGill, his first official university visit since taking over the helm at SSHRC in September. Gaffield, a former student and history professor at McGill, now heads the largest federal funding agency in Canada for the humanities and social sciences, with a budget this year of $306 million.
During his visit, Gaffield toured the new Branch of the Quebec Inter-University Centre for Social Statistics (QICSS). Seen here left to right: Jack Sandberg (Prof Sociology), Chad Gaffield, Nathalie Cooke (Associate Dean Research, Arts), Jo Ann Lévesque (Director, Office of Research Opportunities), Céline Le Bourdais (CRC in Social Statistics and Family Change), and Amélie Quesnel-Vallée (Prof Sociology and Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Occupational Health).