Improv of the arts, between the arts.
Town Hall, Sunday movie matinees and more lectures than you can shake a stick at.
"Reflections on Human Rights, Human Development and Human Security" will be given on Saturday, October 18, from 11:00 am to 12:15 pm, in Room 132 of the Leacock Building. Tickets available at the door, first-come first-served.
They're baaaaack. The trickle of fresh-faced students arriving on campus will soon give way to a veritable torrent, marking the beginning of the 2006-2007 academic year. Buckle up.
The Centre for International Sustainable Development Law takes its new book on tour.
The School of Social Work's two-week orientation session for First Nations and Inuit students helps participants adjust to university life.
The Bronfman Building has a slick new look, with an exterior canopy and wood interior. The snazzy lobby also comes with a new bistro, catering to an upscale campus market.
Speaking of the state of our planet; with all the dire predictions of impending environmental cataclysm, it sure is swell to get a little happy news once in a while. This time the good news comes from an unlikely source - Rwanda, where ecotourism has helped gorilla populations swell to totals not seen since the 1960s.
McGill is mourning the loss of Christopher Driscoll, a 21-year-old student in the Faculty of Music, who died in a tragic skiing accident at Jay Peak, Vermont, on January 9.
He's brash. He's outspoken. He's controversial. He's Richard Pound, the man most feared by athletes juiced up on drugs.