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She's a probably my civilian choking today, and she is working on the same team. So why'd you call state? I really like the size of all state, I think, a midsize institution. It's not overwhelming, but it's also not so small that there are social groups of or interest groups for everyone. I think the class size is really nice to get to know your professors, but you still get to have a large enough campus that you have a lot of different opportunities. I also think the honors college specifically, is what attracted me because that provided a really specific learning environment. I provided there's a lot of opportunities available through the Otters college here. Um, can you describe your degree and what the economic climate is here? So I'm pursuing a degree in sociology on Dime, getting Three miners and German sustainability and piece of conflict resolution. I really love this sociology department, particularly because I get to know all of my professors and they're very open. Teo talking about grad school with me from my freshman year, even on and I'm able to have three minors with that degree and my professors are really flexible and working with that. I like the flexibility of the major a lot and kind of how faculty here allow me to explore my system interests within that area of study. Um, And then finally, can you tell me one thing that you love about Allstate and one thing you're not so crazy about? I like the flexibility that curriculum policy provides him with. So I get to study abroad for a whole year here next year because of the flexibility of the sociology department and the willingness of professors and daughter's college and officer study abroad to work with me. University is just so willing to work with me, making whatever I want to happen kind of fit my curriculum and what I want, I would say one drawback to this university is its location. Muncie isn't most hopping city, but I do think that it's interesting to see the students really try to make it a better place. Like, have the effort invested in Muncie work to make it for life.