The chemistry laboratory was relocated at the southwest range, in the present Croft Chapter House, because it was more logical than in the first study which was in the north. Since then, his ghost has been seen at regular intervals. There are six houses within the Sir Daniel Wilson Residence: Jeanneret, Taylor, Wallace, Hutton, Loudon, and McCaul. We are back with another session of the UC Digital Dialogues for November! David A. Rosenberg, class of 1983, economist. Some of the basic original layout plans remain at University College today. University College is one of two places in the University of Toronto that has been designated a National Historic Site of Canada, along with Annesley Hall of Victoria College. It is home to the oldest student government in Canada, the Literary and Athletic Society.  In Ottawa, Edward Blake, the university's chancellor and a member of parliament, interrupted his speech to inform the House of Commons, "The great institution, the crown and glory, I may be permitted to say, of the educational institutions in our country is at the moment in flames ... and is now, so far as its material fabric goes, a ruin tottering to the ground. " Only about 100 books were rescued before the fire consumed more than 33,000 volumes at the college library.  His term will begin 1 January 2020 and will conclude on 30 June 2024.  The revitalization began in January 2018 and will improve the accessibility of the building once complete. University College is currently accepting applications for our Residence Don and Community Coordinator team. The Alexander Lectures, founded in 1928 and named for English professor W.J. The University College Council is the college's governing body, overseeing administrative, budgetary and academic matters. The strike continued until 20 February, when students voted to return to classes after the government agreed to call a commission of inquiry. During 1906 and 1907 he was acting President of the university. , Public institutions and infrastructure in. The Gargoyle, established in 1954, is the student newspaper of University College, named after the gargoyle statue in the college building. For thousands of years it has been the traditional land of the Huron-Wendat, the Seneca, and most recently, the Mississaugas of the Credit River.  Until the Laidlaw Wing was completed in the 1960s, University College was a U-shaped structure that was open on the north end. It is staffed by an editorial collective of undergraduate students, as well as a group of staff and regular contributors. University College is a constituent college of the University of Toronto, created in 1853 specifically as an institution of higher learning free of religious affiliation.  The college houses a number of visiting fellows who take residence and office at the college. There is much ornamentation, especially in the form of stone carvings, liberally applied on the walls, arches, columns and façades of the building.  The selection of architectural styles was the result of "a tangle of disagreements and concessions, political as well as artistic", including the college's emphasis on freedom from denominational control.  To achieve a picturesque approach, Cumberland ignored the classical symmetry and deliberately gave an asymmetrical architectural expression. The sculptor was a Russian, named Ivan Reznikoff. The arches are semicircular, and consist of small columns that provide the structural support to hold up vaults on the side of walkways.