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Students take a break in the sun before the September rush begins.

A quick snack can be grabbed from the vendor on the way to the Arts Building.

Planning their next move on Discover McGill Day, students sit on the stairs in front of the Macdonald-Stewart Library Building.

The Roddick Gates provide the main entrance to the downtown campus.

Students chat on the landing of stairs to Chancellor Day Hall.

A view of the Arts Building from the top of the Dell also shows the Three Bares statue.

Crowds of students move toward the lower campus to continue their tour during Discover McGill Day.

The Clock Tower at the far end of the Roddick Gates is a well-known structure on the main campus and in downtown Montreal.

Even on a busy orientation day, a quiet place can be found for reading on the recently renovated Burnside Hall plaza.

Students relax and read on the Redpath Library terrace while enjoying a view of the lower campus playing field in the background.

A view of the Arts Building also shows Founder's Tomb and a colourful garden of red and white flowers.

The Dell provides a scenic picnic spot for students on Discover McGill Day.

Photos by Marci Denesiuk

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