The McGill Racing Team (MRT) was the first student group from Canada to zoom by the checkered flag at an international competition in Pontiac, Michigan, last month. The MRT took part in an annual race organized by the Society of Automotive Engineers.
McGill's writers, editors, alumni relations staff, fundraisers and Web developers have combined to help the University win more awards from the Canadian Council for the Advancement of Education than any other institution of higher learning in the country.
MUHC holds public lecture on sex after prostate surgery.
A new movie about Dwight Eisenhower and his D-Day achievements casts Tom Selleck in the lead role and has garnered Lionel Chetwynd, BCL'67, much media attention. Chetwynd's movie, "Countdown to D-Day," is one of the more high-profile D-Day tributes and commemorations to have appeared recently.
McGill will be very well represented on the Canadian women's water polo squad at the Athens Olympics this summer. The 13-member team will include no fewer than five McGill students and two alumni, and head coach Patrick Oaten is also a grad.
Bryan Murray, B(Agr)'69, has had a long and distinguished career as a coach in the National Hockey League. The perennially disappointing Ottawa Senators hope he will be the man to take them to greater hockey glory.
In a report recently published in the "Lancet," physicians at the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) have described a new way to preserve the fertility of women who must undergo chemotherapy.
Hubert Davis, BA'98, is a former McGill basketball player and the son of ex-Harlem Globetrotter Mel Davis. His father's story is the subject of a new movie, directed by Hubert, which has garnered much critical acclaim.
Every hour counts for stroke victims. The sooner they get to hospital, the better their outcome. The McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) and Urgences Santé announced today a new initiative to get stroke victims to the hospital and treated as fast as possible.
Effective today, MUHC nursing staff will be available to answer questions from patients about the risks, symptoms, prevention and treatment of C-difficile and other potential hospital infections.