Get your roasted chestnuts at Phillips Square.
You can get your holiday shopping done without having to brave the malls – campus offers a number of shopping opportunities, and better yet, you won’t hear Jingle Bell Rock on the PA system once.
"We are pleased to announce that late yesterday evening, the University negotiation team and the MUNACA Executive reached an Agreement in Principle," said Provost Luc Vinet. "The terms of the agreement are confidential until MUNACA holds its General Assembly next week. The union will recommend ratification of this agreement to all members of the bargaining unit. A successful ratification vote will be good news for everyone in the McGill Community."
The Grow Home and its successor the Next Home, both conceived by McGill Architecture Professor Avi Friedman, are affordable housing solutions that are gaining in popularity around the world.
McGill's new "transport IVF" program could make the procedure much more affordable and accessible.
The first Canadian Rhodes Scholar to be announced this year, and McGill's 120th, is medical student Alexandra Leligdowicz.
McGill researchers launch Canada's, and in one respect, the world's, most advanced nanotechnology hub.
Canada's new Prime Minister, Paul Martin, has included five McGill alumni in his cabinet: Irwin Cotler, BA'61, BCL'64; Albina Guarnieri, BA'74, MA'77; John McCallum, PhD'77; Jim Peterson, DCL'70; and Jacques Saada, Diploma(Translation)'78.
Three's the charm for McGill University this fall. Quebec residents Alexandra Conliffe and Simon Rabinovitch have been named McGill's 121st and 122nd Rhodes Scholars, following the win of Manitoba resident and medical student Aleksandra Leligdowicz, McGill's 120th Rhodes Scholar.
Talk of pulsars will gravitate to McGill this week. Nobel Prize winner Joseph Taylor, who co-discovered the first binary pulsar, is visiting McGill on January 8 to deliver the Anna I. MacPherson Lecture in Physics.