June

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Winnie Cheung, grad student in the Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, in the McLennan Library.


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The 'Tech' square was made possible by a generous gift from Richard H. Tomlinson, PhD'48, to encourage the exchange of ideas among students and faculty.


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Stephanie Colford, VP Administration, and Neil Modi, VP Academic of LSA, are both in their second year in McGill's Faculty of Law.


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Nina Berryman, a third-year Environmental Studies student, is a research assistant for Geography professor and MSE (McGill School of Environment) director Nigel Roulet.


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The Arts Building, originally called the McGill College or Central Building, was designed by John Ostell (1813-92), an Englishman and a prominent Montreal architect, who won the commission in 1839.


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The commemorative garden dedicated in grateful remembrance of the sacrifices made by the members of the McGill community in the Second World War has been redesigned as the McGill coat of arms.


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The recently refreshed square between the Otto Maass and Burnside buildings now includes a garden with flowers and trees.


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The world's first automated machine capable of constructing synthetic nucleic acids (DNA) in a matter of hours was developed at McGill University by Professor Kelvin K. Ogilvie and the former Canadian firm Bio Logicals.


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The lower campus grounds.


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Laura Battista and Soha Hawili, educational technologists, work for the Faculty of Arts Information Technology Services (FAITS).


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Matt Connell, McGill's first all-star quarterback in 26 years, leads the league in almost every passing category. Photo courtesy of McGill Athletics; photographer: Andrew Dobrowolskj


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The McGill synchro team, undefeated in three competitions, won the Gerry Dubrule trophy as league champions. Photo courtesy of McGill Athletics; photographer: Andrew Dobrowolskj


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Breaststroker Heather Bell, 2004-05 team captain, comes up for air. Photo courtesy of McGill Athletics; photographer: Andrew Dobrowolskj


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Winnie Cheung, grad student in the Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, in the McLennan Library.

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