The Martlets are recipients of a record-setting gift, all of which was inspired by a love that blossomed at the hockey rink.
The Festival de Jonglerie du Québec, the province's largest juggling event, takes place April 3.
When 14 out of 39 family medicine residents failed the 2005 Collège des Médecins du Québec exams, the Faculty of Medicine decided to take a closer look at the way it trains residents.
And the awards and accolades keep rolling in for McGill's famous stargazer. This time, astrophysicist Vicky Kaspi takes home the prestigious Steacie Prize in the Natural Sciences.
French collector Daniel Rozensztroch's eclectic collection of hangers from 1850-2000 will be on display until February 22, at Université du Québec à Montréal's design centre.
So he's just won the "Stanley Cup of classical music." What's Lambert Chen to do for an encore?
Human Resources officer Johanne Bellefleur becomes belle of the film ball.
Poli Sci student and documentary maker Katie McKenna outlines the similarities between high school boys and other primates.
Last Senate meeting before September sees full agenda addressing budget, higher student enrollment and campus event protocol.
Assessing the human element of the environmental movement will be at the heart of the 2003 Open Meeting of the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change Research Community.