Using World AIDS Day as a springboard, the Harper government announced it was dedicating some $120 million in new funding for the global fight against HIV/AIDS. From that, McGill's AIDS efforts will get a $2.5-million injection.
They are brilliant, artistic, intellectual, athletic and pretty sharp cookies. They are McGill's newest Rhodes Scholars.
Maeve Haldane calls it quits after almost five years as editor of the McGill Reporter.
All the news you need to know about holiday security and the Principal's Awards for Administrative and Support Staff.
Nargess Tavassolian, a first-year LLM, non-thesis student at McGill and the daughter of Nobel laureate Shirin Ebadi, looks at the state of human rights in Iran.
She's a nurse, a surrogate mother of thousands, a nominee for Peacemaker of the Year and soon to be the first layperson installed as a canon of Christ Church Cathedral. She's Flo Tracy, or just plain Flo.
A politically minded reader asks where did the political spectrum of left, centre and right originate.
Marliss delivers prestigious lecture, Johnston honoured for work in pain and electric snowmobile creates a buzz.
Entering the final semester of his mandate as director of the School of Architecture, David Covo discusses everything from the architect's role in society and the importance of freehand drawing to how a good sailor can smell the shifts in the wind.
What do you get when you combine Dean of Music Don McLean and rock production legend Sandy Pearlman? A treat for students next semester.