Start off the day in david john hall
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I just got ready for school and I'm about to head to class. So it's a pretty stressful time you know, should be normal. So since I don't have a kitchen, usually if I want to eat breakfast, I'll have to go. Teo the Cannon Center, which is where the freshmen bye have time, because I wake up too late every day. So I'm gonna head to class Instead, I wanted to talk to you as a little bit about the dorm building I live in. It's called David John, and something cool about you are you? Which is cool for some people are not for others is that there's no coed housing allowed. So what that means is only girls can live in girls, buildings and only boys. Take that you feel something building it's Coulson. We do have this thing hours in the dorms from seven to nine on Sunday and Wednesday. We have my very part of the thing is the vending machine room. So if you live in hell, menthol is you get a meal plan. With that meal plan you can get, you get like I'm a bit of money all the time. Some meal plans work at different places on campus, Different eating places, My meal plan work. The eating places is, well, is on all the vending machines. So I spent a lot of time now a lot of time, but I do a lot for the vending machine. It's like we have, uh, Beaulieu has, like, bakeries and stuff on campus that actually make a lot of stuff. We have sandwiches and they were like full time jobs for BYU students. So if coed housing is something excited, that doesn't exist here.