Map of the world. Photo by Ianna Breese.

Student Spotlight: Ianna Breese at the Humanities and Social Sciences Library

Student employment in the McGill Library benefits the entire McGill community. At almost 100 strong this academic year, McGill Library student workers gain valuable work experience while engaging in academic pursuits.  Student navigators, curatorial interns, special project assistants and student

Tomorrow is Osler Day! Be an Oslerian on Wednesday 6 November

On Wednesday, November 6, 2019, come with us to celebrate the legacy of Sir William Osler.   Osler Day is typically held on the first Wednesday of November.  It is a day-long series of events that celebrate Sir William Osler
Nikolas Lamarre with archival materials from McGill.

Student Spotlight: Nikolas Lamarre at the McGill University Archives

Student employment in the McGill Library benefits the entire McGill community. At almost 100 strong this academic year, McGill Library student workers gain valuable work experience while engaging in academic pursuits.  Student navigators, curatorial interns, special project assistants and student
Rowan Grice working with AV equipment

Student Spotlight: Rowan Grice at the Marvin Duchow Music Library

Student employment in the McGill Library benefits the entire McGill community. At almost 100 strong this academic year, McGill Library student workers gain valuable work experience while engaging in academic pursuits.  Student navigators, curatorial interns, special project assistants and student
Indigenous Makers Display Cabinet on the 4th Floor of the McLennan Library.

In Storage No More! Discover the Visual Arts Collection’s New Curated Spaces!

By Davin Luce The McGill Visual Arts Collection (VAC) provides students, staff and faculty firsthand engagement with original works of art. Working to find the best locations to display works of art in the VAC is therefore at the very
LFL at University Hall

Little Free Libraries & Residences

Upon completion of the first phase of the McGill Little Free Libraries (LFL) project, we received a wave of interest from numerous units across the university. One of these requests came from student Dorothy Yip, a Sustainability Projects Fund (SPF)

Giving Thanks: Recognizing student society support at the Library

There are a lot of things to be thankful for at McGill Library. As we celebrate the Thanksgiving Day long weekend, we’d like to take a moment to acknowledge the priceless support we receive each and every year from our

Join a crafty community! Crafternoons commence at the McGill Library

By April Colosimo, Liaison Librarian, McGill Library A community of crafters has been forming at McGill Library over the past year, sparked by requests from members of the McGill Community for Lifelong Learning (MCLL) to start a knitting club. As

Malvina Scheepers: The Woman Behind the Frame

By: Rosalind Sweeney-McCabe, Museum Database Assistant, McGill Visual Arts Collection Hanging above an armchair in McGill’s Faculty Club is a painting of William Henry Drummond (1854-1907) by Canadian artist Frederick S. Coburn (1871-1960), one of many portraits in the Visual

Celebrating 65 years of the Beatty Lecture

This evening Dr. Jane Goodall, one of the world’s most influential and beloved advocates for nature conservation, will deliver the 2019 Beatty Lecture. Forty years after her first Beatty Lecture in 1979, Dr. Goodall returns to talk about the critical need
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