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.
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.
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.
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.
A social entrepreneur who believes that business can be a force for good and a medical student who knows his way with an épée. Meet McGill’s new Rhodes Scholars.
Supporting cancer research has never been so tasty. The Smart Palate, a new cookbook devoted to nutritious food, raises funds for McGill’s Rosalind and Morris Goodman Cancer Centre.
by Valerie Khayat For many of us, a milestone birthday might be an occasion for a little self-pampering— a spa-day, perhaps, or an exotic getaway. To mark his 50th birthday, Jordan Waxman, BA’86, LLB’91, BCL’92, decided on a different kind of trip: a 20.1-mile swim from Catalina Island to the mainland of Southern California. That swim — which [...]
Move over Captain Underpants. McGill grad Dustin Milligan, BCL/LLB’10, has published a unique series of children’s books that take their inspiration from the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
A unique collection of First World War propaganda posters from the McGill Libraries play a major role in an upcoming exhibition at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts.
McGill’s Mental Health Services Clinic is developing a new online tool that will help students assess their symptoms. The site will also steer them to the help they need.