Apple Pumpkin Spice Muffins Ingredients 12/3 cups all-purpose flour 11/2 tsp baking powder 1/2 tsp cinnamon 1/2 tsp nutmeg 1/4 tsp ground cloves 3/4 cup pumpkin puree 1/2 cup unsweetened applesauce 2 eggs 1/3 cup brown sugar 1/4 cup milk 2 tbsp canola oil 1/2 cup grated apple Instructions[Read More…]
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McGill’s downtown campus is home to no fewer than 13 libraries, but students commonly limit their study space to one or two—often simply out of habit or convenience. In honour of the abundance of midterms and papers this week, this is the first in a series of spotlights on McGill[Read More…]
Although frosh has come to an end, the consequences of frivolous alcohol consumption are an ongoing reality for many university students. Often the responsibility of caring for a queasy companion falls on a friend or a residence floor-mate.
Dragonflies are advanced predators (Sam Reynolds) New studies on dragonflies and their hunting strategies have led researchers to believe that they may be among the most developed predators on the planet. One study, conducted by professor Robert M. Olberg from Union College, suggests that dragonflies catch nearly 95 per cent[Read More…]
The majestic great white bear of the north is threatened by its inability to adequately acquire food resources, as a result of melting sea ice caused by climate change. Or is it? Many now believe that the polar bear, poster child for climate change, is not actually facing the declining[Read More…]
For many students, the task of just updating their resume can be daunting. Here’s some tips, based on advice from friends, CaPS, and an interview with Ron Ben-Joseph, motvational speaker, communication champion and creative rabble rouser. Start now: It’s too late for you to start early, but it’s not[Read More…]
Festively marked by the arrival of the Pillsbury holiday cookies and the brief respite from classes, Easter came and went this past weekend. Last Sunday, the Easter bunny left its brightly painted chocolate and money filled eggs for children to find in their baskets and on their Easter egg hunts.[Read More…]
There’s a drug problem in Canada. Part of it involves the recreational misuse of drugs, but another large aspect stems from drugs that doctors prescribe as treatment. Utilizing drugs for their unintended purposes cause deaths and health consequences throughout the country. Termed “off-label” prescriptions, a study from McGill released last[Read More…]
Scientists are getting closer to something mothers have been doing for years: knowing what we’re thinking. The development of neuroimaging technology—various techniques used to directly and indirectly image the brain—has shifted our understanding of how the brain works. Recently, two studies utilized technology to visualize brain activity associated with the[Read More…]
From the philosopher’s stone to Voldemort and his horcuxes, humans have long been fascinated with the concept of immortality. However, scientists have found that one pinky-nail-sized jellyfish species has the remarkable ability to live forever. Turritopsis nutricula, which originated in the Caribbean, is biologically immortal; its mortality rate doesn’t increase[Read More…]