Ben tells you about his experience at BC | Campus Tour 2019
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Do you want to introduce yourself? I'm Ben Caruso, my biology major, on the few men track and a sophomore here house. Okay, so why did you choose to come to BC? I chose to come to the sea? Because it was a great academic atmosphere. Um, along with d one competitive sports that you could go to watch every season. Okay, so how would you describe the student body here? B C student body here is very driven. Everyone was career oriented, but also fine time for extracurricular activities. Okay, so what are some of the clubs that you're involved in? One of the clubs that I'm involved in Boston College Med Life. It stands for medicine, education and development for low income families everywhere. We go Teo Less fortunate countries such as Peru and Ecuador. You work in a mobile clinic and pass out medicine and give physicals to common people. How would you describe the academic climate here? B C Very competitive, everyone. It's not cutthroat competitive, but everyone's looking for their career and career. Okay, so you said that it's competitive, but would you still say that people are willing to give you help if you need it? Like other students in your boss's? Yeah, definitely. You could help each other with homework, and some of the professors even encourage that. Okay lastly, um, what would you say is your favorite and least favorite part of Boston College? I'd say my favorite part of Boston College is definitely the homey atmosphere that surrounds this campus. There's so many great people here in Flint, professors and people you meet. Okay, So what's your least favorite part about? Boston College? Bye. Happiness that's surrounds a lot of the students. What's serious? Never call me timberlands for being boots. Do you think that even if you don't have those, like, is there pressure that you feel like you won't fit in a little bit? I'd say there's definitely a little bit of pressure to fit in with the crowd and have all those nice things. No one's going to judge you if you don't. So thanks for telling me a little bit about, um, your experience here at B. C. I think you have anything. I didn't do too well, so don't worry too much. If you don't feel well, just put into overdrive next month.