After completing her first year as an undergraduate at McGill in 1937, Michelle Tisseyre, BA'06, took a break from her studies. Now, some 70 years later, she finally has the degree she began so long ago.
Macdonald College is one of 21 subjects selected by Canada Post to be featured on special commemorative stamps. The launch of the stamp last fall marked the official beginning of a year-long celebration of Mac's 100th birthday.
An important cache of James Naismith's personal effects was recently found in the basement of his last surviving relative's home, and it included photographs and documents providing fresh insights into Naismith's invention of basketball in 1891.
Curiosity may not be kind to cats, but in the case of Lorne Trottier, the entrepreneur's curiosity about the marvels of the universe will do wonders for McGill's Science and Engineering faculties.
One of Canada's best-known political figures, former Prime Minister Joe Clark, recently joined McGill as a professor of practice for public-private sector partnerships in the Centre for Developing-Area Studies (CDAS) and as a visiting scholar at the McGill Institute for the Study of Canada (MISC).
McGill arts undergraduate Jonnie Penn is one of the founders of the Buried Life Tour – achieving the unusual goals that get buried under day-to-day commitments.
Heather Munroe-Blum, Principal and Vice-Chancellor of McGill University, congratulated Premier Jean Charest, Action Démocratique leader Mario Dumont and Parti Québécois leader André Boisclair for their energetic campaigns guided by a clear dedication to enhancing the well-being of Québec society.
Professors A.P.S. Selvadurai and Roderick Macdonald are named two of the five recipients of the prestigious Killam Prizes.
While their most recent study about the gap in mortality rates between blacks and whites in the U.S. has been garnering all sorts of attention, the epidemiologists at the public health group aren't resting on their laurels.
Former Prime Minister Paul Martin surprises students of Norman Cornett's Religious Studies class with an unannounced visit.