A political science prof through four decades at McGill, recently retired Sam Noumoff compares the campus protests of the Vietnam War era to today's eerie quiet.
A simple act of kindness during the bloody partition of India in 1947 set Manjit Singh, director of Chaplaincy Services, on the path to enlightenment.
Redmen football history and free downloadable software.
Lost your office key? Security Services recommends following certain guidelines when you get a replacement.
One of the contributing authors of the recent Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and champion of the environment Nigel Roulet gives an insider's look at the bombshell report.
The world's foremost physicists slug it out over the controversial anthropic principle at the sold-out Lorne Trottier Public Science Symposium.
Former prime minister and new McGill prof Joe Clark comes out swinging in his first public lecture since signing up.
The R.B. Angus Professor of Political Science at McGill pays tribute to his brother, Irving Brecher, Emeritus Professor of Economics, who passed away on Feb. 2.
Michael Bourguignon, our intrepid Man About Campus and longtime smoker, enrolls in the MUHC's smoking cessation program and walks readers through those early, cranky days.
During its annual sojourn at the Bellairs Research Institute, AQUA, an amphibious robot developed by the Centre for Intelligent Machines, goes for some deep dives and learns a little sign language.