Interview 1 - Delaney's experience at Berry so far.
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We got the chance to interview Delaney, a good friend of mine from Leadership Fellows. Delaney and I talked about some of the issues at Berry like parking, as well as some of the reasons she chose to go here, like the rigorous academic environment and professor-student relationships.
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I just got back from having Froyo with Lizzie, and I wanted to introduce you guys to another one of my friends. What's up? All right, so we're going to do some quick interview questions with Delaney and give you guys a better idea about Barry from another student's perspective. We're gonna we're gonna face the camera, Delaney. So I'm an exercise science major with chemistry and psychology minors. Okay, Why'd you choose that? Uh, I always wanted health care, so I've a good fit, and I didn't want to do biology or anything like that. I was an athlete for a long time, so I know a lot of what's going on. Okay? So being that you have, like some, like majors and miners, how do you feel? Like the professors are here? Like, what's the academic climate? Like? It bury its harsh. If you want a challenge and you actually wanna learn, it's probably one of the best places you could be. OK, let's I'd say that's pretty accurate. So far as that goes, Is that why you chose barrier, or are there other reasons? So that was one of the reasons, actually, my mom's reason she gave me a list of five hundred academically sound school. I wanted out of state on This was a place that I could play soccer it. So aside from like, why you chose burying stuff, let's talk about like, the student body is a whole like, How do you feel about, like, your fellow class of freshmen? And how do you feel about, like, the academic or the student climate as a whole? Okay freshman, I don't know. As a whole, I feel like everybody's super inviting and welcoming and sincere. The first day I was here, I couldn't find her green. So I stopped and asked a student, and she was like, Oh, you must be a freshman. She showed me what I was going and then told we have a good day. I don't think I walked down campus now without saying hello to somebody, so Okay, cool. So what is your favorite thing about Barry? Class size and professors. Okay, What What would you say the class size is really, uh, in your gin. Then I'm in some of the major classes right now. I know this final question is really hard, but what is your least favorite thing about Barry? If there even is one, I have two. So it's the amount of parking spaces we have for students. Then there's fax off and d Hall, and it's not even that bad. I'm just a huge foodie and love food. So the fact that they don't have some of the stuff that I like all the time, it's a little frustrating. Okay, well, d hall is deal, but all right, Scream machine is working again so that ice cream is very important to us all. So that was a quick interview, and I think we're actually going to go see if I can interview another one of my friends up here while we're at the Ford complex, so let's find out.