After a brief hiatus, this popular column is back. This time 'round, Computer Science prof Martin Robillard assuages fears that the early start on daylight savings time won't melt down the world's computing systems and open the doors to utter chaos.
Louise Savard gives readers the lowdown on how she went from being responsible for the well-being of her younger siblings to overseeing the safety of the McGill community.
Rémi Quirion, psychiatry professor and scientific director of the Douglas Research Centre, becomes the latest McGillian to receive Canada's highest civilian honour.
Morag Park, cancer researcher and director of the Molecular Oncology Group, discusses exciting developments in breast cancer research.
A new, user-friendly format of Town Hall fosters a constructive discussion between Principal Heather Munroe-Blum and members of the McGill community.
McGill alumnus Capt. Derek Prohar receives the Medal of Military Valour and architecture professor Pieter Sijpkes and engineering professor Jorge Angeles receive a Humanities Research Grant.
Senators debate the merits of McGill's provostial model.
In honour of International Women's Day, we focus upon McGill's dedicated crew of female student-athletes.
Twenty-five years after the signing of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, McGill gathers some heavy-hitters -- including some of the primary participants -- to assess the highs and lows of post-Charter Canada.
Lars Firing, McGill alumnus and former mayor of Baie d'Urfé, has established graduate fellowships in engineering designed to have an impact in developing nations.