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Clearihue (CLE)

The Clearihue Building (CLE) contains the Faculty of Humanities, Technology Solutions Centre and Computer Help Desk.

It also contains computer labs for student, faculty and staff use.

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History

CLE is the oldest academic building on campus. The building was constructed in 1961, with an addition built in 1971.

Judge Joseph Badenoch Clearihue

Judge Joseph Badenoch Clearihue (1887-1976) was a student in the original Victoria College, class of 1903-1904. He was a chairman of the Victoria College Council from 1947 to 1963, and played a major role in creating the University of Victoria (UVic), of which he became the first chancellor (1963-1966).

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