Peter McNally is adding a third volume to Stanley Frost's comprehensive history of McGill. He's looking to tap into the memories of staff and faculty.
Between them, Dan Levitin and Sandy Pearlman have worked on records that have sold upwards of 300 million copies. Guess that makes them the right choice to teach a new course on the technology behind music production.
Physicist Claude Cohen-Tannoudji will deliver the Anna I. MacPherson Lecture in Physics on "Manipulating atoms with light."
McGill inherits 60 years' worth of archives from local Japanese-Canadians. The collection tells the sad story of Canada's internment camps during World War II and how a whole community rose from the ashes to thrive once again.
The athletics renovations are proceeding apace, with new facilities for martial arts, dance, golf and, eventually, a climbing wall.
McGill hosts students from around the world as part of the seventh McGill Management International Case Competition.
International Earth Day was marked at McGill by two major lectures. Steven Sanderson of the Wildlife Conservation Society spoke on the precarious balance of alleviating human hardship and conserving the environment, and Sir Robert May, former Chief Scientific Advisor to the British government, spoke about the future of biodiversity in an overpopulated world.
Dr. David Colman's tongue-in-cheek op-ed decries the sad fate of the MSO should it get tangled in the complementarity web.
In the second installment of this regular feature, Shainblum uncovers online joys to be found at the websites of Virtual McGill and the Office for Science & Society.
Judy Campbell-Gordon runs the Macdonald Campus Southam food laboratory, better known as the test kitchen.