Former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright shines as speaker for the inaugural Peter Brojde Leadership Lecture.
It takes a special kind of person to willingly agree to spend years living with the company of a couple of hundred first year students, but that is just what the hall directors of the residence system are doing.
From health care reform and alternative teaching methods to belly dancing and muff warmers, this version of campus highlights offers something for just about everyone.
Andr� Costopoulos studies ancient hominid species and the factors that affected their different survival rates, and he does it in real time. No, he doesn't own a time machine: the anthropologist uses computer models to imagine how our antecedents might have coped with their world.
History prof Gil Troy paints a sobering picture of a post-9/11 world that has changed precious little in the wake of tragedy.
Sir James Black may have been honoured with a Nobel Prize for his pioneering work in pharmacology, but he gives credit to all those who put in the bench hours.
Stories about the faculty and students of McGill's Schulich School of Music. Off-beat venues for classical cello; jazz-cat undergrads make a downtown club their classroom; conducting mentorship; healing broken musicians; Mini-Music pulls 'em in.
Laurie Gottlieb believes that middle age can be just the beginning. Her book "No Expiry Date: A Practical and Inspirational Way for Women to Take Charge of their Futures" features academic theory and interviews with over 100 women.
Over the course of a career that has spanned three decades, sports information officer Earl Zukerman has reported on McGill's greatest sports moments.
It's always gratifying to see one's offspring grow up and do well. Gemin X Biotechnologies, a McGill spin-off company, recently gave McGill a heck of a Mother's Day gift: a $100,000 donation to the Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectrometry Centre.