Spend some time at these places!
Virtual Tours by Students
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Right now I am standing on the furthest south west point of campus. I'm writing this little loop that I just wanna talk to you a little bit about Definitely three places you should. Um, this really long building there is a bunch of species of plants, obviously, but they have both a cold and a warm room. You're going to be able to see a variety of species that you're not actually going to find in the month. If you're into any type of environmental studies, time to kind of come in here and be exposed. Tio, I am some new things you wouldn't see otherwise. Um, this greenhouse has one of the largest collections of orchids, if not the largest of all United States colleges. You're going to see a variety bigger here than you would almost anywhere else. What's really cool about center for the glasses? They do offer occasional like extra curricular course is in there. Um, you can also study in it if you're interested. Once you walk in the main entrance, that's not open now. If you walk in the main entrance, their whole display to the classroom is open windows. I do believe that they're one way glass so you can go in and watch people work on their projects. If he want to kind of get an idea, maybe before you enroll in the class or just to watch him. Sometimes I come down on Friday nights or Friday afternoons just to kind of see what's going on, what people are working on and see how they do it because they may makes them amazing, amazing things in there. If you have time, I'm. And then finally. All the way to the next road. I mean, that's Christy Woods. Sam, I don't seem to have an entrance on this end of the fence. You can't get in mostly from behind the planetarium, which is also on the west end of campus, um, or river Side, which is the road that the planetarium is gone.