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An overview of the downtown campus on an autumn day.

Researchers use the skating treadmill at the Seagram Sport Science Centre.

Environmentalist, writer, hunger striker, activist and lawyer, Elizabeth May, came to McGill on October 30 to give a talk entitled Women, Health and the Environment: Making the Links to McGill. See this media release for more information.

A friendly game of tag football on the lower field.

Students in the Marvin Duchow Music Library. Also check out the new Faculty of Music web site.

A student from a surveying class.
Photo courtesy of Macdonald Campus.

Enjoying the last days before snow.

One of the common rooms in the Douglas Hall residence provides a quiet place to read.

The Three Bares statue in front of the Arts Building at dusk.

The Roddick Gates surrounded by colourful trees.

Just one of the Faculty Club's many inviting rooms.

A warm November day.

Photos by Marci Denesiuk

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