It’s that time: Exams begin Dec. 8

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The Fall final exam period runs from Friday, Dec. 8, until Thursday, Dec. 21. As usual, exams will be held in a morning, afternoon or evening session and the final schedule with room locations can be found on the Exams website.

Self-management support for men with chronic pain

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On Nov. 20, Paul Galdas, PhD, RN, will explore how self-management support can be made more accessible and acceptable for men and adolescents living with chronic pain.

Important safety reminders  

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Please take a few minutes to visit McGill’s Campus Public Safety webpage and review the procedures for emergencies you may face on campus. Knowing what to do in an emergency could help keep you – and others – safe.

Canadian Brass to play Pollack hall

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As a part of Brass Days, the world-renowned ensemble, Canadian Brass, will perform at the Schulich School of Music on Nov. 14, in Pollack Hall.

Shop ‘til you drop – all for a good cause!

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As part of the McGill Centraide Campaign, a series of fundraising sales will take place across campus in the coming days and weeks. Get an early jump on your holiday shopping and help support Centraide.

Cundill History Prize shortlist announced

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A Canadian historian is among the three finalists for the Cundill History Prize. With the winner taking home US$75,000, and the two runners-up receiving US$10,000 each, the McGill-run Prize is richest in the world for a single work of non-fiction in English.

Network and Information Security Upgrade is under way

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The Network and Information Security Upgrade is a McGill-wide initiative to enhance the University’s IT network and provide improved service to the community. The upgrade will take place in buildings and data centres throughout the Downtown, Macdonald and Gault Estate campuses over the next three years.

Neuro’s top brain cancer fundraiser returns

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The third annual A Brilliant Night gala will take place this year at Montreal’s Le Salon Richmond on Oct. 18 at 6:30 p.m. All proceeds will go to support The Neuro’s Brain Tumour Research Centre.

Take a minute to help make McGill more diverse

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McGill is committed to the view that promoting diversity is a matter of fairness and equity. The information gathered in the new University wide survey will help the McGill better understand who we are as a group, and how we are doing in terms of diversity and inclusion.

McGill Olympian Labonté retires from women’s hockey

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Four-time Olympic gold medallist Charline Labonté is retiring from the Canadian Women’s Hockey League. Labonté helped guide the McGill Martlets to three Canadian university hockey championships.