CBC’s Second World War drama X Company is one of winter’s most hotly anticipated new TV shows. Co-creator Stephanie Morgenstern, BA’88, describes how the show came to be.
Iconoclastic management professor Henry Mintzberg, BEng’61, has always raised thorny questions about corporate culture. In his latest book, he is questioning the excesses of capitalism itself.
McGill doctoral student Molly Sauter‘s new book examines the use of denial-of-service actions as a form of political activism
The recent debut of the much-anticipated TV series Better Call Saul revealed a surprise — particularly to McGill graduates. Saul once went by a different name, one that’s very familiar to McGillians.
Ebola is one of many zoonoses — diseases that can move from one species to another. McGill’s Colin Chapman says banning bushmeat can help limit the spread of Ebola.
Torill Kove, MUP’89, has already won one Oscar for her short animated films and her newest work, Me and My Moulton, is in the running for another Academy Award next month.
1930s ANNA TRITT SILVER, BA’32, at Montreal, on June 19, 2014. MARGARET MCKAY SHELDON, BA’33, at Rutland, Ver., on May 19, 2014. WILLIAM MAXWELL TAIT, BA’34, MDCM’39, at Vancouver, B.C., on July 28, 1998. GEORGE GREMPLE HART, BSc’39, MDCM’41, at Lake Placid, N.Y., on May 13, 2014. B. SEYMOUR RABINOVITCH, BSc’39, PhD’42, at Seattle, Wash., [...]
A pair of McGillians play crucial roles on the TV series Mohawk Girls, a frank and funny examination of the lives of four young women in Kahnawake.
As a lawyer and a sports fan who idolized Michael Jordan, Ram Padmanabhan, BA’90, landed a dream job. He is the vice president of financial and general counsel for the NBA’s Chicago Bulls.
The Walrus has a new editor. Jonathan Kay, BEng’92, MEng’94, is now at the helm of the publication that has earned more National Magazine Awards than any of its Canadian counterparts.