What do the Mandarin language, a pop music festival and the Ontario finance minister have in common? Noelle Sorbara, of course.
Call them McGill's Fab four: Maclean's magazine recognized Canada's most popular professors, and Yuzo Ota, Ann Wechsler, Paul Wiseman and Thomas LaMarre were among them.
McGill awards famed songstress Joni Mitchell an honorary degree and makes her work the subject of a day-long symposium.
Feeling like the campus is a little more crowded than usual? Like to the tune of 6,000 extra people? Well that's because, at long last, the Acfas folks have hit town. Read our mid-conference report -- en français, no less!
Space use, bathrooms, drug company sponsorship, and health and safety were discussed at a relatively quiet Senate meeting.
Entre Nous with David Lank, Director of the Dobson Centre for Entrepreneurial Studies: Risky business
He's a successful investment banker, an accomplished actor and an inductee of the Atlantic Salmon Association Hall of Fame. Is there anything David Lank can't do?
What does Participatory Research at McGill really mean? There's only one way to find out.
Four years ago, epidemiology professor Jean-Paul Collet went to China, where he saw modern medicine mixed with alternative and traditional treatments. He brings this integrated approach to McGill in a summer course for graduate students.
This edition of McGill's media darlings includes Ian Shrier's take on sex and sport, Jack Jedwab's opinion of Wayne Gretzky's gambling woes, and Athena Vouloumanos' research on babies, parents and the soothing calls of rhesus monkeys.
Long before Pauline Frixione, everybody's favourite convocation liaison, became preoccupied with tassels and mortarboards, she had more revolutionary interests.