Extreme Research: Winter Edition will showcase McGill's cool research about predicting, understanding and planning for winter weather and northern conditions.
What really happened to all those statues of hammers and sickles when the Soviet Union collapsed in 1991?
Plenty of students start graduate degrees, but not all of them finish. A colloquium organized by the office of the Dean of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies examined the problem of grad school attrition.
The voice of McGill for the past 16 years, telephone operator Roberta Duckworth offers a rare inside glimpse into the thrills and chills of the life of a switchboard operator.
After a brief hiatus, this popular column is back. This time 'round, Computer Science prof Martin Robillard assuages fears that the early start on daylight savings time won't melt down the world's computing systems and open the doors to utter chaos.
The Richler Challenge, a symposium being organized by the McGill Institute for the Study of Canada, aims to bring academic attention to the work of Mordecai Richler.
Professor Emeritus Blema Steinberg launches a fascinating new book looking at the pyschodynamic explanations for our leaders' behaviour.
Don't let her easy smile fool you, Kimberley Stephenson loves nothing more than making people suffer. She's the mastermind behind McGill's annual Trivia Night for Centraide event.
Celebration of a life lost too soon, fundraising for good causes, an out-of-this-world design contest and the proverbial cattle call.
Jill Barker gives some New Year's getting fit tips.