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Biology students working on a Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) summer project for Dr Monique Zetka.

The Roddick Gates framed by tulips planted along McGill College Avenue.

Dr Douglas Watt uses a vertical motion device in his research on motion sickness. This month, he will be in Houston, studying the effects of prolonged weightlessness on the nervous system of astronauts returning from a six-month stay on the international space station.

The campus bustles with activity on warm days.

Instructor Rick Kerrigan helps his students mount their work for the course The Camera and Perception. The photographs can be seen in the School of Architecture's gallery.

People relaxing near the main entrance to McGill's downtown campus.

A view of the Education Library extension. Study carrels and computers were supplied by the SSMU Library Improvement Fund.

Students can relax outside now that summer has arrived.

The beautiful, recently renovated Redpath Museum is open to the public.

Students researching the role of tyrosine phosphatase at McGill's Cancer Research Centre.

John Watson giving a tour at the Morgan Arboretum. (Photo courtesy of Macdonald Campus, taken by Owen Egan)

Watering the lower campus field on a summer day.

Photos by Marci Denesiuk

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