Headed to class: class size and statues
Virtual Tours by Students
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Cake as I'm walking over to show you some classrooms and stuff got my shoebox that is going to carry all of my lab assignments from the year. I wanted to show you the Y right there behind me, So cool. I want to talk a little bit about how the class is usually are run. So for as freshmen and in general to graduate, you have to take it. Thanh of generals and a lot of generals you'll find are these huge lecture classes. You talk to people like next to you you want, but there's no discussion, all just lecture based, which I don't really like at all. Then once you, depending on your major, are in your major classes, they could be a lot smaller. So my major technology engineering the biggest class I've been in wise eighteen people, I think, and even that was like on the bigger end and little lab work. Really? You do a lot of hands on stuff, lots of discussion group, working stuff like that. My friend is a psychology major, and a lot of her causes air just huge lectures. Um, she does have smaller, like lab, come on, projects and stuff. Like, kind of more intimate class settings with less people. Um, that's just what I like, and I think a lot of people do to you. If that is what you like, his forest class sizes go. You will undoubtedly have to take large lecture classes as well. Which I mean, if you're okay with that, then Great. So if you've been wondering who Brigham Young is, this is him. Brigham Young was the starter of Brigham Young University, then Brigham Young Academy, Um, in the eighteen hundreds when he got to Utah. He was the president of the Mormon church at the time. He wanted to start a place or Mormons could learn hand would just be a safe learning environment for them. The Mormons used to undergo a ton of persecution in the early days of the church. Hi. Mahan dry young and he Brigham Young, died in eighteen seventy seven. We have tons of statues like this around campus, so I figured I would just as I walked past them, take some videos of them.