As the garden shows


Over the years, the iconic Conservatory Garden has evolved and expanded to become a marquee green space on the University of Guelph campus. New trees, shrubs, flowers and ground cover make the garden a place of great beauty and peace within the bustling campus. A haven for pollinators and a splendid place to read or

The New Alumni “Wall of Fame”


Call it a labour of love, a respect for history or simply a proud U of G graduate wanting to do something special to honour U of G alumni. The result is a meticulously designed alumni “wall of fame” outside of War Memorial Hall. Unveiled during Alumni Weekend, it pays homage to alumni of all

Outside U of G’s New ‘Home’ for Athletes, Alumni, Fans

With its graphite-tone exterior, contemporary design and impressive interior space, the pavilion at Alumni Stadium was envisioned as a facility where champions are made. In the heart of Gryphon sports action, the structure’s predominantly glass, east-facing wall has an elevated view of Alumni Stadium’s football field and track. The words printed on those windows delineate

June 2017

Outside War Memorial Hall, University of Guelph, during summer convocation ceremonies “A University of Guelph graduate can do anything.” That was a key lesson from what Martha Billes calls her transformational education at the University of Guelph. She shared that message with new graduates during summer 2017 convocation ceremonies — her first as U of

Colour it in: U of G’s McLaughlin Library

University of Guelph McLaughlin Library by Daniel Rotsztain

Artist and geographer Daniel Rotsztain, a master of landscape architecture student, filled much of his free time last year on a personal quest: to draw each of Toronto’s 100 public libraries. Travelling across the city by bus, bicycle, streetcar and train, he sketched each library branch over the course of two months. His collection, which

Food Science Building, 1:30 p.m. on Feb. 2, 2016

Renaissance collectors accumulated their treasures in rooms called cabinets of curiosities. Today, Prof. Massimo Marcone’s office in U of G’s Food Science Building is a wunderkammer whose collections reflect his world travels in search of exotic edibles — and light bulbs. Arrayed on glass shelves, dozens of bell jars display unusual delicacies and associated paraphernalia