A third of the 4500 American students who go to University in Canada come to McGill.
The Canadian Field Studies in Africa (CFSIA) provides a nomadic field classroom where 60 undergraduates from seven universities across the country have the chance to see what they learn being put into practice.
Nicolas Kasirer, Roger Slee and Nigel Roulet take the helms of the Faculty of Law, the Faculty of Education and the McGill School of Environment.
McGill's women's hockey team welcomed China's national team. And star Kim St-Pierre switches from the women's team to the Redmen men's team.
Heather Young, a McGill grad with a successful modelling career, has written a book of advice for aspiring Canadian models.
Pioneering European producer and sound recorder Martha de Francisco joins the Faculty of Music.
Graduate Jane Brierley is awarded a second Governor General's Award for her translation of Marcel Trudel's Mémoire d'un autre siècle.
To celebrate being named Research University of the Year in Canada, the News brings you a special series of articles on research at McGill.
McGill Architecture professor Robert Mellin, MArch'84, explores the rich heritage of a tiny Newfoundland fishing village called Tilting.
Nanotechnology is a big deal these days, and top researchers are making McGill the nano-centre of the country.