The successful Students Promoting Awareness of Research Knowledge program, which taught students the finer points of good science journalism, is now getting a counterpart for the social sciences and humanities — Writing About Research at McGill.
Think that nasty old industrial revolution was the event that started punching holes through the ozone layer? Guess again. Mini-Beatty lecturer William Ruddiman says people have been messing with global warming since we started farming the land and domesticating animals some 10,000 years ago.
Players' Theatre presents Neil LaBute's "The Shape of Things."
McGill graduate Rees Kassen reflects on his brush with the Darwins, and makes a parallel with his own married life.
How eco-friendly is McGill? An in-depth look at various green initiatives that include car pooling, equipment recycling, recto-verso paper policy, bike-lending programs and, of course, those champions of refuse, the good folks of Gorilla Composting.
In response to last year's hazing incident involving members of the McGill Redmen football team, Senate approved a policy forbidding hazing and inappropriate initiation practices both on and off campus.
Eyal Baruch's wind-tunnel navigating abilities recently won him a trip to Vegas. He gives the dirt on how to survive on the cheap in Sin City.
Vocabulary survey takes on the McCord.
Director of Athletics Bob Dubeau hangs up the gloves after nearly three decades.
Convocation: "Each student is special."