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Senate Chamber
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This panorama was taken inside the Senate Chamber in the Arts Building on the North Campus of the University of Alberta.

This oval-shaped room was originally used for Senate meetings. The floor is hardwood ans the original wainscotting is oak. The moulded ceiling needed little or no repair when the room was upgraded as part of the remodeling of the Arts Building in 1988. 

The present-day Senate is too large to meet in the Chamber, so the room is used for seminars and small meetings as part of the academic program. The Senate occasionally uses it for a special committee meeting.

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Загружена: 19/03/2012
Обновлено: 22/04/2014
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