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The entrance to Peterson Hall, home to the Department of French Language and Literature.
Part of the Arts Building's fa├žade.
Detail from the statue of James McGill.
The lower campus lawn in the mist.
The side of Morrice Hall, home to the Islamic Studies Library.
Steps towards the Otto Maass Chemistry Building.
Stonework at the entrance of the Macdonald-Stewart Building, home to the Schulich Library of Science and Engineering.
The Arts Building.
The Otto Maass and Burnside science buildings on the lower campus.
Door to the Macdonald-Harrington Building, home to the Schools of Architecture and Urban Planning.
The libraries provide computer facilities for students.
First year Mining Engineering student Colleen MacDougall completes a surveying assignment.

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