The possibilities (and perils) of online medical information
In their new book, McGill medical professors Pierre Pluye and Roland Grad, MDCM’84, warn patients to be wary of the medical information dispensed by “Dr. Google,” but they also believe their medical colleagues should start making better use of the Internet
A call to action on concussions
In his latest book, Ken Dryden, LLB’73, one of hockey’s all-time greats, examines the wrenching damage that concussions can cause and calls on the NHL to take stronger steps to prevent them from happening.
The benefits of screen time
Adrienne Slover, BA’04, and Evan Goldberg, BA’05, met at McGill. Now they collaborate on a unique program that gives young students the chance to make movies with the likes of Seth Rogan and Jay Baruchel.
Steering Canada’s largest food bank
After a successful career running his own business, Richard Daneau, BCom’86, has taken on a new challenge – overseeing Moisson Montréal as it helps supply food to more than 137,000 people each month.
Training tomorrow’s policy leaders
Canada faces no shortage of challenges in the years ahead and we’ll need well-considered policy initiatives to deal with them. McGill’s new Max Bell School of Public Policy expects to be a key player in that process.
Attracting students from near and far to McGill
When the fall semester started, McGill recruiters were already busy looking ahead to September 2018. They travel the country – and the world – to attract students to McGill.