Social entrepreneurship – whether as new or existing ventures, with an environmental or social-justice focus – is a hot topic on campus. Published October 22 2013 | Globe and MailWritten by Jennifer Lewington
Safety, environmental racism discussed Published on October 2013 | McGill DailyWritten by Mark Tartamella On October 10, CKUT 90.3FM and the McGill Sustainability Projects Fund hosted the second installment of “Under the Weather,” a monthly series focusing on climate change.
The latest results of a cross-country science test show that Quebec students are falling behind many of their provincial counterparts in science. Published on October 16 2013 | McGill ReporterWritten by Kathy MacLean
In the early 1990s, when more than 1 billion people were going hungry ever year, this goal represented a reduction of 50 per cent. Published on October 8 2013 | GazetteWritten by Hugp Melgar-Quiñonez
CED was created as a student-administrator initiative in 2012 by SEDE, in partnership with the SSMU Community Engagement Committee (CEC). Published on October 06 2013 | McGill DailyWritten by Dana Wray The CEC administers a $0.50 per person Charity Fund fee for student initiatives that connect McGill with the external community.
As university students prepare for midterm exams, a group of McGill students hosted a conference Saturday, aimed at promoting a better understanding of mental health. Published October 05 2013 | Global NewsReported by Sarah Volstad
Time Forms explores the links between art and time. Published on September 30 2013 | McGill DailyWritten by Lucy Gripper Despite the slightly esoteric nature of its premise, the curators of Time Forms – McGill professors Alanna Thain, Stephen McAdams, and Eric Lewis – made accessibility a goal when organizing the conference.
See the coverage in the two articles below Published on September 30 | McGill DailyWritten by by Lauria Galbraith and Hannah Reardon
Events celebrate McGill’s certification over the summer as first fair trade certified school in Quebec Published October 1 2013 | McGill TribuneWritten by Chelsey Ju
Insects are not something you are likely to find on the menu in Canada, but the United Nations suggests they should be. Published September 27 2013 | Globe and Mail In fact, they're eaten in other parts of the world and some Canadian business people are creating products to meet demand and be a global resource for what they feel is the food of the future.