Yearly Archives: 2014

Successful inaugural year for Osler essay contest

By Sabrina Hanna Medical students at McGill today play a key part in the future of health care not only in Quebec, but across the globe. In the legacy and spirit of clinician, humanitarian and teacher William Osler, the Board

Cyberthèque classroom renamed in honour of David C. Edwards

Montreal born and raised, David C. Edwards was a graduate of McGill University. His fascination for computers led him to become an important member of the leading-edge time-sharing system, McGill University System for Interactive Computing group (MUSIC).  This project and

Collecting hazardous waste at the Library

    By: Margaret Blandford Did you know McGill University recycles e-waste? What is e-waste? E-waste includes non-functional computers, cell phones, and small electronics, as well as things like CDs, VHS tapes, DVDs, floppy disks, and light bulbs*. If it has

New PCs at the Humanities & Social Sciences and Schulich libraries

Login times just got a lot faster for library users working at computer stations at the Humanities & Social Sciences Library and Schulich Library of Science & Engineering. Thanks to the CIO and the return of the PC Renewal Program, the Library

Library raises over $2,000 for Centraide

The Library working group for the McGill Centraide Campaign is proud to announce that fundraising events organized by the Library have raised a total of $2,354.81! On October 31st, we held our annual Hallowe’en Costume Contest. A call was put out

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