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November 2002

Redpath Museum is glimpsed through the trees on the downtown campus.

Vivid autumn colours brighten up a pale sky.

A rock garden girds Burnside Hall.

The Birks Reading Room is a quiet sanctuary for this student.

The McGill-Macdonald shuttle bus runs between McGill's two main campuses. (Photo: Owen Egan)

A commemorative plaque on the lower downtown campus marks the reputed location of the original native village Hochelaga.

Radiating the warmth of natural wood and stone, this small room is found in the Macdonald-Stewart Library Building.

The McTavish Gate features the coat of arms of the Presbyterian College, which used to be on McTavish, in what's now Morrice Hall.

McGill's downtown campus on a fall day.

This plaque commemorates a stately tree known as the "Founder's Elm."

A busy café in the Student Union Building, McTavish Street.

A mechanical engineering teaching aid located outside the Macdonald-Harrington Building.

Photos by Claudio Calligaris

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