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Cloned pigs a first in Canada
McGill's Department of Animal Science make history by producing Canada's first cloned pigs.
Fighting for human rights, one letter at a
The Faculty of Law's student-run Human Rights Working Group rolled up their collective sleeves during a recent letter-writing event aimed at raising awareness of a variety of human rights issues.
Notes from the field: Never turn your back on a
Dateline: New Delhi, India. Our intrepid reporter tracks down Madhav Badami as he takes on the problem of India's ever-growing transportation nightmare.
Headliners: From the (school) tie that binds to
Sesame's mean streets
AIDS activism; boss of the NHL's Red Wings; Cookie Monster's dark side; and toys gone wrong.
P.O.V.: Canada, the Universal Declaration and
Prior to International Human Rights Day on Dec. 10, Frédéric Mégret, assistant professor of law and the Canada Research Chair on the Law of Human Rights and Legal Pluralism, comments on the Canadian taser controversy.
Profile - Brenda Milner: Making a little noise when
In an institution surrounded by greatness, few have lived a life more grand, more simply.
McGill Web Gems: McGill of yesteryear, e-books and
finding the right word
A veritable mine of McGill's web gems!
Entre Nous with Jana Luker, Executive Director
of Services for Students
Student-first philosophy serves Luker well
She jumps off bridges, sails across the Atlantic and dedicates her life to enhancing the student experience. She's Jana Luker, new Executive Director of Services for Students.
Bourguignon Beat: Putting a name and face to
The McGill Reporter's man-on-the-scene tries to keep up with Mateo Salazar, the new Community Relations Patroller, as he walks his 40-kilometre beat around campus.
Seven new faces, seven new
Our annual roundup of some of the new professorial faces on campus focuses on everything from opera to electrical engineering.
A trio of treats from the Redpath Museum and the Principal on ice.
To all McGill staff, faculty and students: From now on, notification of weather-related university closings will be posted in the Top Stories news section of the McGill home page at www.mcgill.ca. To avoid confusion, postings will only appear if the university is closed or classes have been cancelled.
Message à l'ensemble du personnel, des professeurs et des étudiants de l'Université McGill : Les messages relatifs aux annulations d'activités universitaires seront désormais affichés à la rubrique Manchettes de la page d'accueil du site Web de l'Université McGill à http://francais.mcgill.ca. Afin d'éviter toute confusion, les annonces à cet égard ne paraîtront que si l'Université est fermée ou si des cours sont annulés.
With two weeks left to go in McGill's Centraide Campaign, the total stands at $272,434.32 toward the goal of $290,000. Centraide McGill's Co-Chair, Catherine Stace says she's a little worried because employee participation rates are even lower than last year. 'Tis the season to be generous to those less fortunate than you. Don't be a scrooge, make the holidays something special for someone in need. For more information, visit www.mcgill.ca/centraide.