McGill’s new Seeds of Change initiative will use crowdfunding techniques to support a wide range of student-focused projects.
McGill’s two campuses offer visitors no shortage of lovely scenery during the non-winter months. Find out about some of the work that goes on behind the scenes that helps make this possible.
Live a better life through tips gleaned from published research papers. Useful Science can show you the way (Malcolm Gladwell is a fan).
Designer Tanya Taylor, BCom’07, caught the fashion bug at McGill – along with the management skills required to run her business. She was picked by Forbes as one of the top young talents in the world of art and style.
Bernice Ting is a proud Macdonald Campus student. The feeling is more than mutual. The energetic environmentalist is one of this year’s winners of the Gretta Chambers Student Leadership Awards.
Scientists Sebastian Alvarado, PhD’13, and Maral Tajerian, MSc’08, PhD’13, are the founders of Thwacke! The company advises video game makers on the scientific elements of their storylines.
Never doubt the timeless charms of a good Gilbert and Sullivan musical. The McGill Savoy Society marks its 50th anniversary this month with a production of The Mikado.
Shadow puppeteer Jeffrey Achtem, BSc’00, has dazzled audiences and critics around the world with his eclectic, hand-crafted creations and his unique tales of flying ninjas and opera-singing mice.
Assistant coach Jamie Kompon, BEd’89, has been part of two NHL championships in a row. The 2012 and 2013 Stanley Cup champs were very different teams in some respects, but they both persevered when it counted the most.
Kresse Wesling, BA’00, is the co-founder of Elvis & Kresse, a line of accessories made from old fire hoses. The company’s belts and bags attract attention for being both stylish and environmentally friendly.