No one can deny that cloud services offer the most affordable solution for file storage. Never before has our consumption of video and audio been higher and we seem to have an insatiable need for more space. The packrats among us are no doubt thrilled about the virtually limitless and often free space provided by the cloud -- it's like having a spare room in a magic dimension that lets you keep a much as you like without seeing the mess.
The uApply system will undergo a scheduled maintenance operation Wednesday, April 29, between 4 pm and 6 pm. The system will be unavailable during this period.
uApply is the system used by applicants to McGill graduate programs and by admissions staff to process those applications.
2015 CERC Plenary--Religion in the Text and on the Ground: The Convergence of Historiography and Ethnography in Religious Studies
The 2015 CERC Plenary Meeting, titled Religion in the Text and on the Ground, brings together an international collection of historians, philosophers, literary scholars, anthropologists, archaeologists, ethnographers, cognitive scientists, and psy
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McGill University has announced the 16 recipients of honorary doctorates for the upcoming spring convocation. Among them is Professor Martti Koskenniemi, who will be awarded the LL.D. distinction during the Faculty of Law’s convocation ceremony on Thursday, May 28, 2015, at 2 pm.
The Reimbursement of Expenses Policy has been updated to clarify where responsibility lies with regards to liability and collision damage waiver insurance when claiming reimbursement for car rentals. A note to this effect has been added to Section G4.4.6 Summary by Expense Type - Expense Type (2) Car Rental:
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CBC News | April 23, 2015
Monument recognizing campus was built on aboriginal territory often goes unnoticed
Some students and staff at McGill University say the school isn't doing enough to include aboriginal people.
The university only has one monument, Hochelaga Rock, to acknowledge that the campus was built on the site of an old Iroquois village and likely visited by Jacques Cartier in the 1500s.
But the rock marking this history goes largely unnoticed.