Hear Beatriz tell you about what she likes and dislikes about Boston College | Campus Tour 2019
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I'm majoring in business mining in international studies and Chinese. Um, okay, so why did you choose to come here? So I was looking at a lot of competitive business schools, and Boston College is really stood out to me. So that's one of the main reasons why I chose B C. And then also because coming from Houston, I kind of wanted to explore a new area, and the Northeast just seemed like a great option, especially Boston. How do you describe the student body here? PC, I'd say the student body, It's you really? It's really what you make of it. You can find all sorts of people, people that you like, people that you don't like, but I think everyone's really nice. Everyone's really, like, involved in a lot of things. That smell which makes, like your friends, friend groups like, really dynamics and makes it a lot of fun. So you are to send your major, but how would you describe the academic climate here? PC, I'd say it's definitely very competitive. People are always trying tio, maybe do a few more things than someone else, just to kind of look better. It's also a very strong community in the sense in all of your group projects, we really see like how people try to work together. Okay, So what are your favorite parts is, I think my favorite parts are how my favorite part is, definitely how many clubs on activities who can get involved with like I'm in the corral, which is our big choir. I never did choir in high school, so that has definitely been fun. Then I'm also part of the Spoon University chapter, which is like a food blogger, which is also great. Yeah, definitely all the clubs where you can meet people and make friends. What's your least favorite part? That's my least favorite part would definitely have to be Maybe the lack of diversity, even though every year it seems to be getting more and more divers. Definitely that because my I'm originally Spanish. So that's been a little weird, not meaning that many people that are Spanish. As I said before, it's getting more and more divers every year and you still meet great people.