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Rory B. Gullan, first-year Architecture student, works in the undergraduate studio.
Claudio Calligaris

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Detail at the entrance of the Douglas Hospital, part of McGill University's network of teaching hospitals.
Claudio Calligaris

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Hee Eon Park, first-year postdoc in Chemical Engineering, works on a high-pressure sliding plate rheometer, the only instrument of its kind in the world.
Claudio Calligaris

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This replica of the Finnish ice breaker Tarmo, seen in the Ernest Rutherford Building, was given to Howard T. Barnes, DSr FRS (1873-1950), in appreciation of his contribution to ice studies and navigation.
Claudio Calligaris

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Jennifer Lynn Innes, senior reference assistant in the Humanities and Social Sciences Library, working at the information desk.
Claudio Calligaris

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Students' Society of McGill University executive candidate posters line the Leacock Building hallway in anticipation of upcoming elections.
Claudio Calligaris

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Katia Ostrowski, second-year student, and third-year student Katie Gentry take some time to chat before class begins in the Arts Building.
Claudio Calligaris

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Engineering students play a game of broomball on the downtown lower campus ice rink.
Claudio Calligaris

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Stonework archway at the entrance of the Strathcona Anatomy and Dentistry Building.
Claudio Calligaris

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Sweatshirts at the McGill bookstore leave no doubt about their affiliation.
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McGill student Jennifer Heil after grabbing the gold in the women’s freestyle mogul event at the Turin Olympics. Congratulations from all of us at McGill.
Photo courtesy of CanWest News Services

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