McGill chancellor Dick Pound and Martlets head coach Peter Smith will be winging their way to Italy to take part in the 2006 Turin Olympics.
The juggernaut that is McGill athletics brings back five major titles in just two short weeks.
She's petite (48 kilograms) but she packs a heck of a wallop. She's master's chem student Tatiana Vassilieff and she's the newly crowned world savate champion.
This edition's roundup of McGill headliners features docs, jocks and post-traumatic shocks.
In response to last year's hazing incident involving members of the McGill Redmen football team, Senate approved a policy forbidding hazing and inappropriate initiation practices both on and off campus.
Lots of sports, a smattering of video games and one of the world's top philosophers.
The management student took a year off from international competitive skiing to refocus her game. Now she's better than ever.
While you're still cocooning in your comforter at six in the morning, the Mac Campus lumberjacks and lumberjills are burying the hatchet (and the crosscut saw) in preparation for their last major competition.
He's the Sidney Crosby of North American lumberjacks -- just 19 years old and the very best collegiate woodsman on the continent.
After backstopping Canada to Olympic gold in 2006, what's left for Martlet goaltender Charline Labonté? Winning a national title, of course.