A bust of William Osler found in the Strathcona Building. Osler was a
historic figure of modern medicine and a former teacher at McGill.
Photo courtesy of photographer Claudio
The Cleghorn Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber at the Seagram Sport Science Centre is
used to treat soft-tissue sports injuries, concussions and exercise-induced
fatigue. For more information see this web page.
A cloudy fall day at Macdonald Campus.
Photo courtesy of Macdonald Campus, photographer Lynn
A graduate student studies in the quiet of the Anatomy Reading Room.
Students take advantage of a sunny fall day to study outside.
Built in 1887, the Faculty Club is one of McGill's heritage homes. Once
enjoyed only by faculty members, the Faculty Club now invites bookings for
outside special events. See this web page.
Students chatting outside the Nahum Gelber Law Library.
The Arts Studio in the Education Building.
Professor James A. Hanley
helps a student in his course, Principles of Inferential Statistics in
Reading outdoors on a warm autumn day.
Gordon Burr of McGill Archives helps an NFB filmmaker with her research.
Education students discuss a class project in front of the stained glass
window of the Anatomy Building. The window was made in memory of Flanders
Photos by Marci Denesiuk