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In pictures: McLennan-Redpath smoke free terrace launch

Masters students in Occupational Therapy Victoria Blais & Brittony Osler strike a pose in the terrace photo booth

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.

Meet me at the terrace.

Circular logo for smoke-free terrace

Used by thousands of people daily, the McLennan-Redpath Terrace is a meeting place and major pathway to the heart of campus. Everyone should be able to enjoy the extraordinary sights and sounds of campus life. That’s why as of Thursday, May 1, 2014, the

New PCs at the Humanities & Social Sciences and Schulich libraries

Login times just got a lot faster for library users working at computer stations at the Humanities & Social Sciences Library and Schulich Library of Science & Engineering. Thanks to the CIO and the return of the PC Renewal Program, the Library

Centraide Used Book & DVD Sale

Help McGill Library raise funds for Centraide of Greater Montréal! Some statistics: 27% of the population of Greater Montreal is poor (lives under the low-income threshold). In Greater Montreal, one in three children under 15 years of age is poor.

Exhibit: The Alcuin Society Awards For Excellence In Book Design In Canada 2012

McLennan Library Building : main floor,  3459 rue McTavish Montreal Quebec Canada , H3A 0C9 On July 2013 Free entrance. Accessible during opening hours. Since 1981 the Alcuin Society has sponsored the only national competition for book design in Canada. Each year,

The Green Wall at McLennan

Every year, a committee of McGill students works with the Development & Alumni Relations office (DAR) to plan and market a fundraising campaign. This campaign is called Class Action. It is geared towards the graduating class, so they can make

Lecture: Strokes and Hairlines

Exhibition: Strokes and Hairlines

Elegant Writing and its Place in Muslim Book Culture. An Exhibition in Celebration of the 60th Anniversary of the Institute of Islamic Studies, McGill University.

Recent titles in Canadian Architecture and Art

Arnaud Maggs : identification. By Josée Drouin-Brisebois; Arnaud Maggs. Ottawa : National Gallery of Canada, 2012.   The Allied Arts: Architecture and Craft in Postwar Canada. By Sandra Alfoldy. McGill-Queen’s/Beaverbrook Canadian Foundation Studies in Art History.   A commerce of

Exhibition: Ink and Blood

  The Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences in Canada and the   McGill Library’s Rare Books and Special Collections present Ink and Blood, an exhibition on the works of Polish-born graphic artist, book illustrator, caricaturist and stage designer Arthur Szyk

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