February 21, 2008

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February 21, 2008 - Volume 40 Number 12
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McGill goaltender Charline Labonté covers up during the QSSF regular season finale against Concordia, a 5-0 Martlets victory. McGill finished the season with a perfect 18-0 conference record. Read a profile of Labonté.
Andrew Dobrowolskyj

Resounding applause

A $1.25-million gift from Dr. John Blachford highlights Applause 2008, a gala showcasing McGill researchers.

Applauding McGill researchers

The Applause 2008 gala gathered many of McGill's best and brightest under one roof.

McGill mourns with NIU
Principal and Vice-Chancellor Heather Munroe-Blum expresses her deepest sorrow regarding the deadly shootings at Northern Illinois University.

McGill duo cops coveted Killams
A pair of McGill profs are awarded two of 10 Killam Research Fellowships.

Headliners: From bald-faced lies to long-tailed chickens

Smart kids lie sooner; organ selling thumbs down; and when dinosaurs first flew the coop.

P.O.V.: A thank you from Brazil

A Management PhD candidate in Brazil, Marcos Bosquetti, writes an open letter thanking McGill and CREPUQ for the chance to study here last fall.

Profile – Charline Labonté: McGill's golden goalie

After backstopping Canada to Olympic gold in 2006, what's left for Martlet goaltender Charline Labonté? Winning a national title, of course.

McGill Web Gems: Girl (culture) power and a month full of Sundays

What do My Little Ponies and Sunday school have in common? Both can be found on the websites of McGill University.

Green Corner: When the Energizer Bunny finally gives up the ghost

Batteries are our friends, right? Not as soon as you toss them in the garbage.

Entre Nous with Doug Sweet, Director, Media Relations Office: "We've got great stories to tell here"

Now that the former automotive columnist for the Montreal Gazette is running McGill's Media Relations, does that mean all interviews will now begin with the question "So what's your ride these days?"

Air and Space Law students to get Boeing boost

Boeing Areospace's $500,000 gift means the sky's the limit for Air and Space Law students.

Kudos
Graham Bell is named as one of the finalists for the Gerhard Herzberg Canada Gold Medal for Science and Engineering.

Research and Discovery: Sounds from our musical future

McGill's Digital Orchestra is making beautiful music out of strange, strange thingamabobs.

Around campus
Smoking, Hurricane Katrina, crumbling cities and Town Hall. Sweet.


FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Dr. John Blachford, Dr. John Blachford, Principal Heather Munroe-Blum, Janet Blachford and Martin Grant, Dean of the Faculty of Science at the Applause 2008 gala following the announcement of Dr. Blachford’s $1.25 million gift to McGill.
Owen Egan

Innovation's Benefactor

FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Dr. John Blachford, Principal Heather Munroe-Blum, Janet Blachford and Martin Grant, Dean of the Faculty of Science at the Applause 2008 gala following the announcement of Dr. Blachford’s $1.25 million gift to McGill.


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