The Bellairs Research Institute is growing. The university-run Barbados facility is a hot spot for tropical research and field studies.
Poli Sci undergrad Julia Ivonoffski reports on the recent conference on global security challenges.
Home or hazard? The Office of Science in Society set out to answer that question: you may never look at your Teddy bear the same way again.
A trio of McGill profs were named to the Order of Canada recently. Who are they? Read on.
Seagram Visiting Chair in Canadian Studies David Haglund examines the roots of Quebec's developing, and historically recent, aversion to our southern neighbours.
Angela Pacey, a Master's student in the School of Dietetics and Human Nutrition and the Centre for Indigenous Peoples' Nutrition and Environment, gives a first-person account of her time conducting a health survey of the people of Sanikiluaq, Nunavut.
Entre-Nous with Vice-Principal (Administration and Finance): Morty Yalovsky discusses the funding shortfall, and what the administration is doing to make McGill run more smoothly for staff and students.
Think all science types are too immersed in their books to enjoy a little socializing? Guess again. The third annual Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Research Symposium drew friendly brainiacs from both sides of the border.
Psychology professor Albert Bregman is an expert on how the brain can distinguish different sounds among a cacophony.
In the wake of the recent Holocaust Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance Day, or Yom Hashoah, Eric Caplan, an associate professor in the Department of Jewish Studies, outlines his own theological misgivings about the existence of God.