While their most recent study about the gap in mortality rates between blacks and whites in the U.S. has been garnering all sorts of attention, the epidemiologists at the public health group aren't resting on their laurels.
The Students' Society of McGill University elections are finally over after a second round of voting. Alam Alli will be the new SSMU president, after successfully appealing his disqualification during the first round of voting.
Another new (and we hope) regular feature highlights op-ed pieces from the McGill community. This week, Brian Alters gives us the lowdown on the Intelligent Design vs Evolution debate.
Not even two weeks into the New Year and your resolutions have already gone down the drain? No worries. Psych prof Richard Koestner, himself a serial failed resolutionist, tells us why it's so tough to follow through on our good intentions.
There's a lot more of North Americans than there used to be – if not in numbers, then certainly in gross volume. We're getting fatter, but Tim Johns, a researcher at the School of Dietetics and Human Nutrition, says aboriginal knowledge could help us fight the tide.
Wolves and pyramids and a whole lot of stuff in between.
Books, e-zones and beyond Google: Janine Schmidt talks about the many developments at McGill libraries.
Controversial British ethologist and evolutionary theorist (and the man once called "Darwin's Rottweiler") delivers the Beatty Lecture during Homecoming.
The football team does a Christmas blitz with the Yellow Door
Think five dollars wouldn't make a difference in the life of a disadvantaged person? Think again.