Interview with Laura
Tour GuideJasmine Gonzalez
Meet Laura, a psychology major, as she explains her pros and cons of being a student at DH and her tip for new students. My insta:https://www.instagram.com/qveenjxsmine/
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Right now I am technically at work at the kiosk in front of housing. So the dorms for Dominguez Hills have a getting our gated community and there's a kiosk right in front of the gates. So I'm going to interview one of my co workers for you should a student, Adam ing, is as well as a doorman resident, and I'm going to ask her a couple of things about Dominguez Hills. How many years have you been at the What is your major? My name is Laura. Been at Dominguez Hills for a year, and my major is psychology. What do you think is your favorite part about Omega's? My favorite part about Dominguez is the fact that we have smaller class sizes, so you can easily approach the professors and you feel a little more one on one attention for awesome. What do you think it's One of the most important resource is our most valuable resource. I wouldn't say it's The Food Pantries is actually kind of an underutilized thing. Pantries at the Women's Resource Center, which is also good resource. They also at Looker Student Union on the first floor office. I personally used one of some of the food pantries, and they give either can food can goods, Bram and sometimes like Stack. Food into charity is definitely a problem on station for college students, you know, money's tight. Having these food pantries on campus is definitely a really good resource. What do you think is one of your tips for students? I would say, don't be afraid to approach a professor either before classes during office hours. You know, if you have a question about the material or you feel like you're struggling with something, you should definitely approach them. Definitely feel comfortable walking up to your professors and talk awesome. Of course, like everything, everything has a pro and con What is your favorite thing about teach And maybe something that you think it could be better at or con of being a student? Teach? Well, the favorite thing is definitely It's a smaller, yeah. It can sometimes feel like you're a small town where everybody knows each other up into the same people much over and over again on. If you're looking for a school that's really big and has like a football stadium, has like all of us Peace invents on campus. You know, sometimes we don't really offer that sometimes to just go explore Los Angeles with your friends. We definitely so put on a volleyball game soccer games, these bookings. We do not have a football team, which I think if one of the small cons of d. H. But you're so bright that it definitely feels like a small community and kind of a little town. Definitely make a lot of friends, and you get to see them all your four years of college. So much for all your tips and frozen Khan's pleasure.