On May 7th, High Tea With Richard Turp

Come and join us for High Tea with Richard Turp at the Atwater Club.

RichardTurpWhen it comes to the world of voice in opera, there is no one who can match Richard Turp’s encyclopedic memory, his relaxed and friendly manner of presentation and his charming personality.

With the help of sound and visual excerpts, you will discover six young Canadians who are poised to conquer the classical music world and also enjoy a series of musical anecdotes.

Following the presentation, sandwiches, scones, pastry, tea and coffee will be served.

Atwater Club @ 2:30PM


The McGill University Department of Family Medicine and the St. James Literary Society are pleased to present the Dr. Hirsh Rosenfeld Annual Distinguished Lecture in Family Medicine

Marion DoveOn April 25, Dr. Marion Dove, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Family Medicine at McGill University as well as being a practicing family physician will speak about the many aspects of her professional work that contribute to the discipline of family medicine.

To provide more insight in to the meaning of academic family medicine, Dr. Dove will outline her experiences with urban and remote clinical medicine; with teaching students, residents, and faculty; and with leadership positions in the Department of Family Medicine.

Refreshments will be served.




McGill Department of Family Medicine – 5858 Côte des Neiges, Rooms 4 and 5 @ 7:00 PM

April 8: Meditation and Its Effects on the Brain

Meditation refers to a broad variety of practices that include techniques designed to promote relaxation, build internal energy and develop compassion, love, patience and forgiveness.

Elizaveta SolomonovaMs. Solomonova is a Ph.D. Candidate and lecturer at the Université de Montrél. Her research currently involves combining sleep/dream science with studies of meditation. She will present some of the results of her own research on this subject.

On March 28, You Be the Judge.

Elizabeth GoodwinMe Élisabeth Goodwin, a member of Grey Casgrain, a boutique law firm situated in Montreal, will present the details of one of her cases along with the pertinent jurisprudence.

The members of the audience will then be divided into small groups whose task will be to determine the guilt or innocence of the protagonist. Once deliberations are completed, the juries will deliver their verdicts along with their underlying reasons and Me Grey will announce the actual decision in the case.

McGill Faculty Club @ 7:30 PM