Delta Lambda Phi: Beta Omega Chapter, a fraternity for gay, bisexual and progressive men at McGill, is the first frat of its kind in the country.
On May 3, 1915, the day after he performed a burial service for a close friend, McGill pathology instructor John McCrae composed the world’s most famous war memorial poem.
McGill’s Joseph N. Nathanson Collection of Lincolniana boasts thousands of items related to Abraham Lincoln, including a diary from the doctor who treated the U.S. president just before he died.
Never been to an opera? Opera McGill’s Volpone offers a pain-free opportunity to take the plunge. The fast-moving comedy features contributions from top talents – both on stage and behind the scenes.
McGill astrophysicists are introducing the public to the splendour of the night sky, while updating them on the progress that researchers are making unravelling the mysteries of the universe.
McGill’s community radio station, CKUT, offers Montrealers a broad range of options on the FM dial – everything from Bollywood to bluegrass.
The newly relaunched McGill Remembers website pays tribute to the thousands of McGillians who served in the Second World War.