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The McIntyre Medical Building as viewed from Montreal's Mount Royal with the city's downtown skyline as a backdrop.

Professor Jeremy Cooperstock teaches the course Artificial Intelligence in McGill's Intelligent Classroom. The classroom is designed to reduce the complexity of operating electronic classroom presentation technology, automatically generate a multimedia (web-based) version of the class, and provide the means for real-time audience response systems. For more information please visit the web site.

Mark Romer, in the Phytotron Greenhouse (Stewart Biology Building), checks radish plants which are part of a project exploring alternatives to chemical pesticides.

The Nahum Gelber Law Library on a bright winter day.

Inside the Law Library, Inge Hernandez checks out a book to Geneviève Gowing.

A vast sky above McGill's Education Building and McIntyre Medical Building.

Sun shines through the stained glass of one of the many sculptures to be found on McGill's downtown campus.

The state-of-the-art M.H. Wong Building was named in memory of Jimmy Man-Hung Wong, a McGill University alumnus and benefactor.

The downtown campus with a view of Montreal's skyline in the background.

Icicles hang from the roof of the Strathcona Music Building.

The Arts Building flying McGill's flag from the cupola.

The Macdonald-Stewart Library Building (in foreground), the Macdonald-Harrington Building and the Macdonald Engineering Building as seen in a view of the lower downtown campus.

Photos by Marci Denesiuk

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