Music and doctors, doctors and music, and the much-anticipated return of Town Hall!
Mighty oaks from tiny acorns grow, and acorns don't get much smaller than the materials that will built at the Tools for Nanoscience Facility, opened November 10 in the Rutherford and Wong buildings.
Who loves ya, McGill? Well, the European Commission, for starters. The honchos in black suits running the EC recently tossed a second grant of 100,000 Euros our way. Why? Read on.
Social worker Lolly Annahatak wins National Aboriginal Achievement Award.
Friends, family and colleagues mourn the passing of the much-loved Ralph Harris.
Nobel Peace Prize winner Shirin Ebadi delivered the second annual Beatty Memorial Homecoming Lecture on "Democracy: The precondition to peace."
With his nine-year stint at the helm of the Faculty of Religious Studies coming to an end, Barry Levy looks at the impact of 9/11 and the future of the faculty at McGill.
The Secretary-General on advisory committees.
This issue's Around Campus section features Earth Day celebrations, a mental illness film series and, of course, the much-anticipated M-Forum. Oh, and how about taxidermy? Lots of taxidermy.
Architecture students strut their stuff.