Adriana Palanca reflects on what it is like to be a returning student, and surprises herself by using the word "whippersnappers."
It's back to school time, and this year, McGill is welcoming more new faces — students and professors alike — than ever before. With streamlined new ID systems and a plethora of welcome events, everyone should find the transition to a new year easier than ever before.
Jacques Hurtubise, appointed associate vice-principal (research) in August, will be sitting behind a bigger desk sooner than he expected. He will be the acting vice-principal (research) upon the departure of Louise Proulx, who is leaving her VP portfolio at the end of September.
The Trudeau Foundation has granted scholarships to two McGill students, worth $35,000 a year for four years. One wants to help bring peace to the Middle East, the other to study constitutional law.
As an aspiring writer, getting a publishing deal can be the best thing to happen to you. Setting up your own publishing house is even better, and is just what graduate student Mélanie Vincelette did.
Physics professor Shaun Lovejoy has developed a way to more accurately measure clouds.
First Peoples House holds their Third Annual powwow.
Pharmacology innovator Sir James Black talks on the "Greatest Benefit to Mankind."
The winners of the Felix Galimir Chamber Music Competition at the University of Toronto are visiting McGill in an annual exchange of musical prowess.
Architecture takes a nomadic approach to the city.