Outspoken McGillians and eagle-eyed security agents are our newsmakers this time round.
Aleksandra Leligdowicz, Alexandra Conliffe and Simon Rabinovitch all come from very different backgrounds, but are all headed to the same place. The three are all headed to Oxford by being McGill's latest Rhodes Scholarship recipients.
From south of the border primary analysis to globalization only partially realized.
The Canadian branches of the international science and commerce student organization AIESEC held their national conference at McGill. On the table were discussions about networking, internships and working with the corporate world for international development.
Only scientists know what the world owes to the lowly dung beetle...
The Ensemble for Humanity Symphony Orchestra raises funds to benefit humanitarian organizations.
Ghislaine Johnson, a bioresource engineering student, writes about the importance of initiatives like McGill's Edible Garden.
Philosopher Ian Hacking to speak on "Analogue Bodies, Digital Minds."
Lawrence Mysak becomes the first Canadian to be awarded an Alfred Wegener Medal and Honorary Membership of the European Geosciences Union. Our question is this: what took them so long?
On the first day of Freedom to Read Week in Canada, the poetry magazine Vallum will launch their latest issue, Reality Check.