College of Arts and Sciences | Campus Tour 2019
Virtual Tours by Students
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I'm in one of the classrooms of the College of Arts and Sciences also known the C s not cast. It's probably the biggest costume building we have on campus, and definitely most versatile. It's right across the street from calm, which means that is really accessible in all of East Campus. Because the College of Arts and Sciences is home to a wide variety of majors here, BU nearly every single student will be taking classes here. A typical classroom is pretty much like this looks sort of like a high school. Desks and chairs have taken a ton of crosses in here between Korean language classes, philosophy, writing classes. While most of the costumes are pretty small, like the ones I've shown you pretty much Max thirty people. There's also the Side Performance Center, which is a massive lecture hall, which most people will take a class that has maybe five hundred to six hundred kids in. There are some smaller lecture halls that fit probably sixty Teo one hundred kids. CS also has a study lounge, which is pretty cool and knew a swell as on the fifth floor. There is the World Languages and Literature Center, which is like a library. That's where you can rent, Um, foreign films, and they often have screenings. In the basement, there's Einstein Rose bagels, which is pretty much at most college campuses. The riddles are actually pretty good, which is coming from someone who's from New Jersey, which is kind of a hub for bagel quality. Uh, so I'd like to think the bagels are pretty good and they're on your dining plan, which means that pretty much any student can buy them for an affordable price.