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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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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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