Taren shows you around Dietrick Pavilion
These stairs are located behind Holland Library and behind the Chinook Student Center. These are my favorite because the whole way down there are the most beautiful trees and plants. Not to mention the whole walk down you can see almost all of Northside!

Mason Giustino.

Washington State University (WSU)

WSU has a community for all students to find people with the same interests as them and make connections in their time on campus.

Ashlyn Greget.

Washington State University (WSU)

Welcome to Washington State University! My name is Ashlyn Greget and I am so excited to share my college experience with you.

Mason Giustino.

Washington State University (WSU)

Freshman are required to stay in residence Halls at Washington State for their first semester. They are a great way to meet new students and get involved with activities offered in the halls and on campus.

Alexa Marks.

West Virginia University (WVU)

In this video I share an inside view on the day in the life of a sophomore WVU student. I walk you through my classes throughout the day as well as other activities I take part in on campus. I hope this video helps you discover what it's like to be a WVU student!
Ranger Company, the Army ROTC company, has performed the Game-ball Run every year since '77; however, the tradition likely originated with the Virginia Tech-VMI football games years before that.
Artificially created in the mid-'30s, the Duck Pond is home to a variety of wildlife species. Waterfowl include Canada geese, mallard ducks, and Muscovy ducks. The pond is inhabited by common carp, redbreast sunfish, mosquito fish, white suckers, black bullheads, and other fish released into it. Each spring, the College of Natural Resources and Environment stages an informal fishing tournament.
Taren takes you at Downtown.

Alyssa Zamora.

Western Michigan University (WMU)

Short tour through Valley Dining Center with some friends. I discuss other dining halls on campus and how meal plans work, too.
The Glenn Terrell Mall is located in the center of campus and connects students to the library, CUB building, and various other academic halls. If you're looking for clubs to join, this place is always filled with booths!
You may or may not have class here, but unlike other auditoriums on campus, this one is open to any student organizations to reserve for free! There is a stage, curtain, projector, and about 200 seats in the audience.Because this is also one of the few places on campus with a stage, it is a really good place to reserve and practice if you want to have practice stage time before a performance (only if you are apart of a student organization that can reserve rooms).
As a professor who also went to WCU, he loved it so much he now teaches here! It is so nice to hear how great of a school we are from a professor's perspective and what he loves most about it.
Interview with my friend Haley on the Honors College here at WSU! We compare the difference in class sizes and she explains what the Honors College is.
Welcome to the New Classroom Building! This is one of the coolest buildings on campus - it has great natural light (as you can see) and is incredibly modern looking inside.
Taren shows you around Dietrick Pavilion
These stairs are located behind Holland Library and behind the Chinook Student Center. These are my favorite because the whole way down there are the most beautiful trees and plants. Not to mention the whole walk down you can see almost all of Northside!

Mason Giustino.

Washington State University (WSU)

WSU has a community for all students to find people with the same interests as them and make connections in their time on campus.

Ashlyn Greget.

Washington State University (WSU)

Welcome to Washington State University! My name is Ashlyn Greget and I am so excited to share my college experience with you.

Mason Giustino.

Washington State University (WSU)

Freshman are required to stay in residence Halls at Washington State for their first semester. They are a great way to meet new students and get involved with activities offered in the halls and on campus.

Alexa Marks.

West Virginia University (WVU)

In this video I share an inside view on the day in the life of a sophomore WVU student. I walk you through my classes throughout the day as well as other activities I take part in on campus. I hope this video helps you discover what it's like to be a WVU student!
Ranger Company, the Army ROTC company, has performed the Game-ball Run every year since '77; however, the tradition likely originated with the Virginia Tech-VMI football games years before that.
Artificially created in the mid-'30s, the Duck Pond is home to a variety of wildlife species. Waterfowl include Canada geese, mallard ducks, and Muscovy ducks. The pond is inhabited by common carp, redbreast sunfish, mosquito fish, white suckers, black bullheads, and other fish released into it. Each spring, the College of Natural Resources and Environment stages an informal fishing tournament.
Taren takes you at Downtown.

Alyssa Zamora.

Western Michigan University (WMU)

Short tour through Valley Dining Center with some friends. I discuss other dining halls on campus and how meal plans work, too.
The Glenn Terrell Mall is located in the center of campus and connects students to the library, CUB building, and various other academic halls. If you're looking for clubs to join, this place is always filled with booths!
You may or may not have class here, but unlike other auditoriums on campus, this one is open to any student organizations to reserve for free! There is a stage, curtain, projector, and about 200 seats in the audience.Because this is also one of the few places on campus with a stage, it is a really good place to reserve and practice if you want to have practice stage time before a performance (only if you are apart of a student organization that can reserve rooms).
As a professor who also went to WCU, he loved it so much he now teaches here! It is so nice to hear how great of a school we are from a professor's perspective and what he loves most about it.
Interview with my friend Haley on the Honors College here at WSU! We compare the difference in class sizes and she explains what the Honors College is.
Welcome to the New Classroom Building! This is one of the coolest buildings on campus - it has great natural light (as you can see) and is incredibly modern looking inside.