Surprise! A Quick Interview with Trey Shields! | Campus Tour 2019
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Oh, Trey, What are you doing here? Staring into the void was something you might have a interview real quick. My name is Trey Shields on and I chose you because I think it's a really cool campus. I'm here in the acting program, which is really phenomenal, and they have some amazing resource. Trey, why'd you pick BU for at your acting major? So the acting major B you are really like how there's a huge variety on the stuff that we can utilize in the stuff that we can learn. We're close to New York, still the influence of a lot of local artists. It's just it's a really solid acting program. Some great people have come out of here, and I think it's really productive from what's your favorite part in the spare part of going to school here? My least favorite part is that it is a super mini campus, so we don't have like grassy, Open Green hangout space is the favorite part about BU is just how much stuff there is here. There's so many buildings on this campus that I've never even gone into before and so many libraries that I've ever seen and I might go in there over my four years, I might not, but it's like great snow that all that stuff is there. What do you like about living in Boston? Boston is, it's just a really cool place to live. I'm in history, minor, and the history, specifically the American history in this town is incredible. I mean, I can walk, you know, a mile downtown and find, like five things that were made in the eighteenth century. If there's a lot of museums in Boston, they're supersweet a zit be used to do. You get a free entry into the Museum of Fine Arts, which is like this massive, sprawling museum like you can't go in there for probably like two weeks straight, not see everything, which is like an art major, super sweet that I could just like go in there free and like hang out the museum for a weekend and Boston is a lot of cool stuff, so.