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Between classes, this corridor inside the Wong Building is exceptionally quiet.

The downtown campus is greener and warmer than usual this Fall.

With the Montreal skyline as a backdrop, students play an afternoon game on the lower downtown campus football field.

This student is using a computer station located in a hallway of the Leacock Building.

The afternoon light streams into the southside hallway of the Leacock Building.

People meet inside the School of Architecture's exhibition room.

This view reveals architectural details on the ceiling of Moyse Hall.

The historic Faculty Club contains many treasures including this billiard table.

The McGill martlets fly proudly on a flag hanging in the entrance of 688 Sherbrooke Street West.

This green oasis is located beside the Macdonald-Harrington Building, home to the School of Architecture and the School of Urban Planning.

Among the new buildings under construction on campus is the Montreal Genomics and Proteomics Centre.

Queen Victoria's statue stands guard over racks of bicycles in front of the Strathcona Music Building.

Photos by Claudio Calligaris

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