Rose bushes framing McGill's lower campus "beach" area.
Library staff member Margaret Blandford relaxes with a book on the Redpath terrace.
Christie Silkotch, Emma Feldman and Matthew Hawco of McGill's Organic Campus, a non-profit student service that operates on the campus.
Approximately 75 McGill staff members take part in an outdoor yoga class hosted by the McGill Health and Well-being Program for Faculty and Staff.
McTavish Street, between Sherbrooke and Dr. Penfield, officially became a pedestrian zone on May 28th. See Reporter story.
"Beholding the bright countenance of truth in the quiet & still air of delightful studies." - John Milton (Inscription on the exterior of Redpath Library).
Marcel Barbeau's "Fenêtres sur l'avenir," donated in 1992 by General Electric Canada, is one of four works highlighted in a new sculpture garden near the James Administration Building.
Researcher Ken Dewar shows Industry Minister Tony Clement a DNA sequencing chip for massively parallel DNA sequencing.
While Bobby McFerrin was in Montreal to perform at the Jazz Festival, he dropped by McGill’s Lab for Music Perception, Cognition and Expertise to visit with Prof. Dan Levitin. See Reporter story.
Cynthia Nei (MArch) and Karen Geukers (MSc) enjoy themselves at a strawberry social held on Macdonald campus and organized by the Post Graduate Student Society of McGill environment committee and MCGSS.