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Arts Quad, Arts & Convocation Hall
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The Arts Building (1912) is a neo-classical brick and stone structure which was once the centre of campus. The central wing extending back from Arts is known as Convocation Hall and is now primarily used for Department of Music recitals and concerts and for special ceremonies. It is home to a large Casavant Frères pipe organ and several World War I and II memorials.

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