Now that the weather's getting colder, we'll want to put on extra layers to keep us toasty warm. And what better way than by padding your belly with flavourful kosher fare from the world of North Africa? El Morroco II's lunch specials start with hearty soups — practically meals on their own — and offer a main course range from tuna salad to chicken couscous. Best to order mint tea at the end instead of their coffee, but only if you like it sweet. The Arabian Nights-like setting is a riot of carpets, wrought ironwork, pillows and miniature leather camels.
Betty Liduke, the School of Nursing's first International Clinical Instructor in Africa, started a quiet revolution in the AIDS-ravaged highlands of her native Tanzania.
An innovative new program partners management students and General Motors in a marketing course for credit.
From family trees to fashion shows. Looks like July will be a good month.
Who the heck is Tadja Hall? The Macdonald Campus faculty club turns 25.
When a director of the Harold Crabtree Foundation retires, it is customary for the foundation to make a donation to the charity of the individual's choice. So, what agency did James Darragh pick to get the $100,000 gift? Obviously, you didn't read the title.
Associate Provost Martha Crago on where the university is at with the harassment and discrimination policy.
Systems biology is the new black. You heard it here first.
Vesselin Nedkov spent 57 hours as a hostage to Chechen terrorists in a Moscow theatre in October 2002. Now the McGill MBA student shares his story.
MUHC researcher Dr. Steven Grover shows erectile dysfunction is a possible indicator of future vascular health problems, including heart disease, stroke and diabetes.