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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.

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McGill Residences: Each year McGill welcomes 2400 undergraduate and graduate students to dorms, apartments and shared-facilities houses.

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Percival Molson Memorial Stadium, constructed in 1915, is home to the McGill Redmen and the Montreal Alouettes, with a seating capacity of 20,202.

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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.

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McGill's main campus is set upon 32 hectares at the foot of Mount Royal in the heart of downtown Montreal.

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Emily Myles, Leah Edgerton and Raisa Mirza hard at work on one of the warm days of fall.

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Kelly Schneiderman takes advantage of the lovely fall weather and McGill's wireless network to get some work done.

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Christel Dias and Guilherme Azevedo relax on the stairs of the Redpath Museum.

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