Literary biographers of graduate Marian Engel got lucky when hundreds of letters, many from other Canadian literary greats, turned up in the writer's former home.
Sheila Bourke's gift of rare children's books, one a 1571 copy of Aesop's fables, is "one of the most significant gifts offered to McGill in recent decades."
The trial use of Turnitin.com, a plagiarism detection service, proves controversial.
Dr. Gustavo Turecki heads up a new multidisciplinary team of researchers determined to shed light on the risk factors related to suicide.
Eight McGill researchers are members of the ArcticNet research network investigating climate change in the north.
McGill professor Gil Troy is an expert on modern U.S. political history. He has written books and taught courses on American presidential election campaigns, so we asked him for some observations and predictions about the 2004 race for the keys to the White House.
Hélène Mathieu breaks new ground in the Middle East as the first Western woman to practice law in the United Arab Emirates.
As the nursing crisis grows across the continent, McGill's School of Nursing is expanding and changing with the times.
Residence directors provide a bridge for first-year students to the resources and services available on campus.
When McGill MBA student Vesselin Nedkov bought tickets to a Moscow musical, little did he know he would end up taken hostage with 800 other theatregoers by Chechen terrorists.