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  • Pamela Austin as Beggar, Daphne Morin as Filch, Olivia Heaney as Mrs Peachum, Cara Krisman as Jenny, Erika Jung as Prostitute in the Department of English, Drama and Theatre Program's production of The Threepenny Opera. [Owen Egan]

  • Elizabeth May, Member of Parliament for Saanich-Gulf Islands and Leader of the Green Party of Canada, delivered the 2014 Mallory Lecture. [Owen Egan]

  • Katie Scharfe as Polly, Olivia Heaney as Mrs Peachum in the Department of English Drama and Theatre Program's production of The Threepenny Opera. [Owen Egan]

  • Professor Cheryl Suzack (Batchewana First Nations, Assistant Professor of English, University of Toronto, and 2014 Visiting Eakin Fellow) speaking at the 2014 Eakin Lecture, Discussing Indigenous Agency. [Owen Egan]

  • Professor Christopher Ragan (McGill), Professor Matthew Mendelson (Toronto) and Satya Das at the 2014 MISC Annual Conference. [Owen Egan]

  • Arts Research Internship Award Winner Lauren Victoria Hellrung, U3, Honours International Development Studies and Major in Economics, worked with Professor Jon Unruh on the Legacy of Resource Appropriation in East Bengal. [Photo: AUS]

  • Emma Hambly, U3, English Literature and Classical Studies won an Arts Research Internship Award and worked with Professor Tom Mole on Romantic Poetry in Victorian Print Ephemera. [Photo: AUS]

  • Malcolm Gladwell (centre) chats with Dean Christopher Manfredi and Eleanor Wachtel before the 2013 Seagram Lecture. [Owen Egan]

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THE FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE HAS BEEN POSTED. FOR EXAM LOCATIONS, CLICK HERE.

"The Other Europe": New Books on Central and Southeastern Europe. Book Launch: Anastassios Anastassiadis's Voisinages Fragiles; James Krapfl's Revolution with a Human Face; and Judith Szapor et al's Jewish Intellectual Women in Central Europe 1860-2000. Wednesday, April 30, 4:00 pm, Paragraphe Bookstore, 2220 McGill College. Sponsored by the Department of History and Classical Studies.

Congratulations to Professor Andrew Piper (Languages, Literatures, and Cultures) and his team on receiving a grant from the internationally-funded Digging Into Data Challenge. Read more.

Congratulations to Professor Maggie Kilgour (Department of English) on winning the Hanford Book Award from the Milton Society of America for her book, Milton and the Metamorphosis of Ovid.