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February

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Mexico's leading cultural critic, Carlos Monsiváis, speaks about "The Other North America" at the McGill Institute for the Study of Canada's annual conference, "Are We American? Canadian Culture in North America."
Owen Egan

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Gilberto Gil, musician and Brazil's Minister of Culture, speaks on digital culture and rights at a lecture hosted by Media@McGill and the McGill Institute for the Study of Canada.
Owen Egan

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Biomedical Science and World Religions major Vanessa Barrett works at the information desk in the Brown Building.
Claudio Calligaris

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The School of Architecture showcases an exhibit of sketches of Charlottetown from last summer's Sketching School.
Claudio Calligaris

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Variations on blue and white: McGill's downtown campus come February.
Claudio Calligaris

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James McGill's keys are on display in the Rare Books Division, located in the McLennan Library Building. The Division's holdings include important collections on literature, art and architecture, and Canadiana.
Claudio Calligaris

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Prof. Pascal Hubert and his graduate students Vahid Mirjalili and Loleï Khoun present their research on advanced composite materials at Applause 2008.
Owen Egan

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Well-trodden pathways criss-cross campus post-snowfall.
Claudio Calligaris

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Teaching assistant Suranjan Weeraratne teaches a Political Science course on government and politics in the industrialized world.
Claudio Calligaris

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Lauren Katz, U3 Anatomy and Cell Biology, is the VP Finance of the McGill Anatomy & Cell Biology Student Society.
Claudio Calligaris

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Dignitaries from Boeing, government and McGill mark the inauguration of the Boeing Initiative in Air and Space Law with the first two recipients of Boeing Fellowships.
Owen Egan

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