With all the information pouring in about Mars making it increasingly likely the planet once held life, the next logical step is to send a manned mission. The benefits to doing so will be great, according to panelists at a recent lecture.
Peter Smith says that what makes a successful coach is a successful team. He should know - as McGill's winningest coach, Smith has recorded over 100 victories with the women's hockey team.
Despite competing with one hand metaphorically tied behind their backs, Macdonald Campus's team of bioresource engineering students managed to place second at a national design competition in Hamilton.
The international development studies and economics student was queen of this year's St. Patrick's Day parade.
When 400 French-speaking historians descended on McGill last October, history professor Brian Young wanted to give them an introduction to the campus. He turned to student filmmakers Matthew Rankin and Walter Forsberg, who cooked up a sly examination of McGill's place in Quebec.
Mairi Best looks at the tropical reefs to better understand the fossil record over millions of years. This work takes her from the warm seas of the Caribbean to the frigid waters of the Arctic.
In October last year, Craig Stein was diagnosed with colorectal cancer. On the roller-coaster ride his life has become, he's met others, including McGill students, who are also coping with the disease.
The proposed policy for plagiarism detection software was sent back to committee amid a silent protest. Also, interim harassment policy presented, McGill is a source of spam.
A conference on print in the city examines how ye olde periodicals shape urban culture.
"To a Loving Humour of Madness" takes one character from each of seven different Shakespeare plays and puts them on a strange island where they are made to interact.