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CAB, South End
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This panorama was taken on the North Campus of the University of Alberta inside the Central Academic Building (CAB). The entrance into South Academic Building (SAB, formerly known as CEB), the exit to Quad, elevators, seating areas, and a Booster Juice are visible in this image.

CAB is a common area for students of all faculties. There are a number of food and coffee venues as well as seating areas on its main and lower floors. This building contains classroom space on its second and third floors, and the Department of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences in the office space on its higher levels.

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Uploaded: 07/02/2012
Updated: 22/04/2014
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