Near or far, Dean Colleen Cook champions #McGill24 year after year

This has been a year for the (e)books. But whether near or far, in person or remote, Trenholme Dean of Libraries Colleen Cook has led the Library’s cheering squad for McGill’s day of giving year in and year out. She has seen first-hand the incredible impact that donations to the Library have on current and future students, researchers, faculty, staff, and the entire community.

“I love McGill24! It’s an amazing opportunity to dedicate yourself to a cause that resonates with you. For many, that cause is the Library.” 

The 6th annual McGill24 will take place on Wednesday, March 10, 2021. Each gift to the Library that day will go further, helping to ensure that McGillians have the collections, services, and spaces to excel, even in unprecedented times.

Take a look back at Dean Cook getting in the McGill24 spirit year after year after year…


Dean Colleen Cook over Zoom smiling and waving in a Red McGill24 t-shirt.


Dean Colleen Cook wearing a black McGill24 t-shirt sitting in front of a partially completed McGill24 puzzle featuring a collage of different photographs.


Dean Colleen Cook on Redpath Bridge holding up a poster that says "Support from donors unlocks doors for students"


Dean Colleen Cook wearing a red McGill24 toque and t-shirt standing in front of the red Bienvenue/ Welcome banner holding a red poster that says "Support from donors open doors for students""



Black and white photograph of Dean Colleen Cook in the McLennan Reading Room holding up a colour sign that says "McGill is changing, the Library is changing"

March 10, 2021. One day. A better tomorrow.

#McGill24 // //

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