Spring 2000

Spring 2000 McGill University

| Skip to search Skip to navigation Skip to page content

User Tools (skip):

Sign in | Wednesday, November 14, 2018
Sister Sites: McGill website | myMcGill

McGill News
ALUMNI QUARTERLY - winter 2008
McGill News cover

| Help
Page Options (skip): Larger
Home > McGill News > 2000 > Spring 2000

Doing a world of good

This past December, the organization Médecins Sans Frontières was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for humanitarian -- and frequently dangerous -- medical relief work in the strife-ridden corners of the world. McGill grad Marie-Eve Raguenaud, BSc'90, MDCM'94, took to the stage in Oslo to receive the illustrious prize.

Australopithecus or Adam's rib?

Christian fundamentalists want it out of schools. Scientists fight to keep it on the curriculum. Now McGill's new Evolution Education Research Centre is spreading the word on a subject that still generates controversy, 150 years after Darwin.

Le système de santé américain: le remède au mal canadien?

Comment les deux voisins en sont-ils venus à prendre des chemins aussi différents et quel système est le plus salutaire?

Risky business

Economist Tom Naylor has been poking at the underbelly of the world economy for years. Some sharp views on drug kingpins, corrupt politicians, misguided foreign policy, the ecological apocalypse, and economists themselves.

Editor's Notebook
A McGill grad doing a world of good

Thanks for the memories

Korean colour, Noble Roster, Stamp of approval

Michael Bliss, Jan Wong, Pierre-Yves Tremblay, John Hall

Alumni activities
Return to Earth, Roll out the barrel, Chemical cocktails

In Memoriam

Welcome to my world

view sidebar content | back to top of page