It’s 22 degrees outside. The sun is shining, the birds are chirping and the University of Guelph campus is quiet – with one exception. As soon as you open the doors to JD McLachlan the buzz from room 204 fills the halls of the entire building. It’s a typical Wednesday for this enthusiastic group of University of Guelph students and alumni who squeeze into the small but lively room.
A couple of latin dancing engineers.
A veterinarian who has a focus in grief counselling.
A music enthusiast and wood working expert.
A group of liqueur drinking Aggies.