Staircase in Douglas Hall. Named after James Douglas II, whose generous contribution made its construction possible, Douglas Hall residence is unique in history and design.
McGill Residences: Each year McGill welcomes 2400 undergraduate and graduate students to dorms, apartments and shared-facilities houses.
Percival Molson Memorial Stadium, constructed in 1915, is home to the McGill Redmen and the Montreal Alouettes, with a seating capacity of 20,202.
Although it is a modern building, the Education building's many tiered levels and brick facing allow it to blend with the older mansions around it with respect to shape and size.
McGill's main campus is set upon 32 hectares at the foot of Mount Royal in the heart of downtown Montreal.
Emily Myles, Leah Edgerton and Raisa Mirza hard at work on one of the warm days of fall.
Kelly Schneiderman takes advantage of the lovely fall weather and McGill's wireless network to get some work done.
Christel Dias and Guilherme Azevedo relax on the stairs of the Redpath Museum.