From Olympic athlete to director of First Peoples' House, Waneek Horn-Miller has crammed more into 29 years than many people do in a lifetime.
Our erstwhile reporter sits in on Bruckner and Heavy Metal: From Chord Power to Power Chord -- arguably the most intriguingly named class in McGill history.
Vivian Nutton dissects anatomy through the ages.
Novelist William Weintraub takes on McGill and Montreal in the '40s with a bit of zip, bump 'n' grind.
Classes Without Quizzes needn't intimidate those returning to school for the first time in decades for Homecoming. As well, the fun and educational lectures are open to all the McGill community.
Plays, pumpkins, physics of superheroes, and the Osler Lecture reaches a milestone.
Researchers in the Department of Food Science have developed a way to quickly identify bacteria. The technique could save time - and lives.
Our intrepid reporter knows no fear--until he came face-to-beak with 120 cackling roosters.
For the GlaxoSmithKline vaccines clinical working group meeting held in Montreal, Craig Laferriere -- the company's therapy area leader of vaccines for Canada -- organized a pilgrimage to the resting place of Sir William Osler. Here, Laferriere unveils a donation of $1,000, happily received by Osler librarian Pam Miller on October 15.
Written by a recent grad, this comprehensive guide for new students lists a baker's dozen of must-know McGill landmarks and student services.