Vanessa Arviset, third-year law student, in the Nahum Gelber Law Library.
Enjoying a warm spring day on McGill's downtown campus.
Samuel Johnson, His Dictionary and His World: an exhibition in celebration of the first publication of 'The Dictionary of the English Language' in 1755.
In 1924, McGill acquired a permanent and monumental entrance. Lady Amy Redpath Roddick donated the Roddick Gates in memory of her beloved husband, Sir Thomas George Roddick, a renowned doctor who began the regular practice of sterile surgery using antiseptics and was dean of the Faculty of Medicine from 1901 to 1908.
Left to right: Philippe Alma (Senior Advocate), Matt Aronson (Senior Advocate) and John Ramsay (Director), of the Student Advocacy Programme.
Michael Taylor (BSc Physics and Neuroscience) and Vanessa Chartraud (BMus Voice Performance).
A magnolia tree in full bloom in front of Morrice Hall, home to Islamic Studies and the English department's Drama and Theatre Program.
Students improvise a game of soccer on the lower grounds of the campus.
The grounds of Chancellor Day Hall, home to McGill's Faculty of Law.
A cyclist takes a shortcut across the lower campus.