This edition's roundup of McGill headliners features docs, jocks and post-traumatic shocks.
He's the Sidney Crosby of North American lumberjacks -- just 19 years old and the very best collegiate woodsman on the continent.
The McGill community notes the passing of former Vice-Principal (Planning and Resources) François Tavenas.
Graham Bell is named as one of the finalists for the Gerhard Herzberg Canada Gold Medal for Science and Engineering.
Grad student tackles thirsty legumes at McGill, plastic bags in Montreal and disappearing seas in Uzbekistan.
Trio of researchers and a quintet of grad students win some serious hardware.
Hang a piece of the Morgan Arboretum on your walls with a Helmut Gerth painting.
Amazon basin-based Amerindians on Google Earth? Are things getting too crowded on the information superhighway?
John Irving Bell will answer the question of whether genomics are changing medicine.
She's made sweet music with pop royalty (Prince) and lined the pockets of music's favorite naturalists (Barenaked Ladies). But she turned her back on the rock 'n' roll lifestyle to become a PhD student. One question: Isn't it supposed to be the other way around?