Paving the way for women on Bay Street
Things might be better than they used to be, but the world of Canadian finance still isn’t particularly welcoming to women. Jennifer Reynolds, BA’94, MBA’98, is working to change that.
When neuroscience meets the world of art
A unique collaboration between the MUHC Research Institute’s BRaIN program and Concordia University’s Faculty of Fine Arts will result in works of art inspired by neuroscience research.
 Her beat is Canada
Catherine Porter, BA’95, will be playing the key role as the New York Times expands its coverage of Canada.
The ancestry sleuth
After running an internationally successful business, Stanley Diamond, BCom’54, moved on to his next challenge – launching one of the largest genealogical resources in the world, an effort that has helped change some peoples’ lives.
From every corner of the Earth
They come from Boston and Beijing, from Barcelona and Bangalore. More than a quarter of McGill's students come from other countries and they play an essential role in making the University a special place.
The education of a political candidate
In his most recent book, author Noah Richler, BA'83, chronicles his experiences as a political candidate in the 2015 federal election. It was an inspiring and humbling experience he won't soon forget.