In pictures: McLennan-Redpath smoke free terrace launch

On May 28th, the Library along with a slew of university units and student groups formally launched the McLennan-Redpath terrace as a designated non-smoking environment. The event featured special performances by student groups, refreshments and a make-shift, outdoor photo booth. Enjoy this selection of images. Click here for more pictures and to read more about the festivities in The McGill Reporter.

McGill students, faculty and staff take part in the launch of the smoke-free terrace. Photo credit: Greg Houston

McGill students, faculty and staff take part in the launch of the smoke-free terrace. Photo credit: Greg Houston

Photo booth fun with Associate Vice-Principal (University Services) Robert Couvrette. Photo credit: Greg Houston

Photo booth fun with Associate Vice-Principal (University Services) Robert Couvrette (far right). Photo credit: Greg Houston

McSway's Ellana Blacher captivates the audience with some performance poetry. Photo credit: Greg Houston

McSway’s Ellana Blacher captivates the audience with some performance poetry. Photo credit: Greg Houston

Dr. Pierre-Paul Tellier (“Dr. T”), Associate Professor and Director of Student Health at McGill talks about his experience with second-hand smoke. Photo credit: Greg Houston

Dr. Pierre-Paul Tellier (“Dr. T”), Associate Professor and Director of Student Health at McGill talks about his experience with second-hand smoke. Photo credit: Greg Houston

Library summer work study students help spread the word. Photo credit: Greg Houston

Library summer work study students help spread the word. Photo credit: Greg Houston

 

Musical stylings of a cappella vocal group Tonal Ecstasy

Musical stylings of a cappella vocal group Tonal Ecstasy. Photo credit: Greg Houston

 

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