She likes the nightlife

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Andreina Seijas is an urban night researcher looking at what cities in Latin America and the Caribbean can do to promote their night-time economies and to create quality spaces for work and leisure after hours.

Will Straw on building better cities

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Will Straw, MISC Director, gives a preview of the upcoming MISC conference, The Cities We Need (FEb. 19-20).

From Miss Edgar’s and Miss Cramp’s to the chronicles of Kahnawake

Profile

McGill grad, Cynthia Knight is the head writer and one of the executive producers of Mohawk Girls, a new television series on APTN and OMNI that follows the lives of four twenty-something Mohawk women trying to find their place in the world.

Tracking down the origins of the Ebola outbreak

Entre Nous

Jan Gogarten, a doctoral student in Biology and Vanier graduate scholar at McGill, speaks to the Reporter about his experience as a member of a large international interdisciplinary team that worked on study suggesting the possible source of the recent Ebola outbreak.

Provost-designate Manfredi looking forward to tackling challenges

Entre Nous

Dean of Arts Christopher Manfredi was named by the Board of Governors on Tuesday as McGill’s next Provost and Vice-Principal (Academic). A 26-year veteran of McGill, Manfredi, 55, has served as a Professor in the Department of Political Science, Chair of that Department and, since 2006, as Dean of Arts. He spoke to The Reporter about the challenges he faces and about his life and background.

Fundraising peers honour VP Weinstein

Profile

On Nov. 14, Marc Weinstein, Vice-Principal, University Advancement, was honoured by the Quebec chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals with the 2014 Award for Outstanding Philanthropic Career, which is bestowed to a professional who has demonstrated sustained excellence in the not-for-profit field through exemplary leadership, fundraising skills, forward-thinking vision and steadfast values.

Four burning questions for Richard Overy, Cundill Prize finalist

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Richard Overy is a finalist for the Cundill Prize for Historical Literature for his book, The Bombing War: Europe, 1939-1945. Overy took some time to answer Four Burning Questions from the Reporter in advance of the Nov. 20 ceremony to announce the winning title.

Four burning questions for David Van Reybrouck, Cundill Prize finalist

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David Van Reybrouck is one of three finalists for the Cundill Prize for Historical Literature for his book, Congo. Van Reybrouck took some time to answer Four Burning Questions from the Reporter in advance of the Nov. 20 ceremony to announce the winning title.

Four burning questions for Gary Bass, Cundill Prize finalist

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Gary Bass is a professor of politics and international affairs at Princeton University. One of three finalists for the Cundill Prize for Historical Literature for his book, The Blood Telegram: Nixon, Kissinger, and a Forgotten Genocide. Bass took some time to answer Four Burning Questions from the Reporter in advance of the Nov. 20 ceremony to announce the winning title.

Author Danielle Metcalfe-Chenail on a century of aviation in the North

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On Tuesday, Nov. 4, McGill graduate Danielle Metcalfe-Chenail returned to her alma matter for the Montreal launch of her new book, Polar Winds: A Century of Flying the North. She spoke with the Reporter about her book, McGill memories, and more.