Call them McGill's Fab four: Maclean's magazine recognized Canada's most popular professors, and Yuzo Ota, Ann Wechsler, Paul Wiseman and Thomas LaMarre were among them.
Think of them as your own personal shopper for matters scholarly. Purchasing Services will get you obsolete tractor paper for your department's antique printer, or a crate of frogs for your next departmental party, or even your lab, if you're into that kind of thing.
Communication is a key part of furthering the University's goals in the public sphere.
Elizabeth Meyer is researching how best to provide support to gay, lesbian and transgendered kids in the school system. Harassment - and sometimes violence - is a real problem.
With the 60th anniversary of the end of World War II this year, a couple of McGill staffers took it upon themselves to create a website that honours McGill's contributions to the war, and the 298 McGill students, staff and alumni who died in service.
The Ensemble for Humanity Symphony Orchestra raises funds to benefit humanitarian organizations.
Reflecting on "Cool Britannia" as the U.K. heads to the polls.
Johanne Pelletier discusses the secret lives of things.
Suzanne MacDonald discusses kids' body image.
Paul Yachnin launches his Making Publics project.