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Yeah. So now this do tour of my room started that. So first off, this is a traditional Um there are, like, three or four traditional halls for girls. For freshman girls, I should say on Do you have a roommate there? No sense losing their. But the reason I have a like single right now, because my only doubts best together. That's why there's two everything here actually could see, like the desks on the war rooms and everything. So many French. It's not a necessity, but it isthe coming in and recommended. Um, um, um it's actually not that stopped, right. However the water in Georges. But Frida, what? Some hot pockets And, yes, I have some ice, and that's about it, and it's going to happen again. A princess. I highly recommend Because doing papers later, my or whatever you're doing, do you not have And having to go all the way to the library to print it out for us? It's a struggle. Tell you. Just get it. They're not that expensive. Like that one you like. Fifty, seventy, sixty. Oh, travel and a weird click stuff on it on the way. It was set up when I wouldn't. The moves. You know the words There was my bed on this side in all of this, like my bed on top of all of this. And then my desk was still right there. And then it was basically the same over here for her. But her bed was that corner instead of this one. So yeah, that's about it's for the room. Oh, you, Khun, you have definitely control with the temperature in here. Definitely, like a cold. So, yeah. Now let's go on to the rest of the norm. Hey, I live for. On every floor and stop now. Let's go check the bathroom. Sauce there. Oh, windows. And then there's three showers or not huge, but not this time here, so So when having community stop bathrooms, you need shower shit like necessity. If you do know that you're here, you know, it's just It's not that it looks great, but it's just just think about it. People have been using the showers for effort. Just so many people. Just come on. Just don't upset yourself like that. Okay, guys. So in the basement of each traditional dorm, there is a study room. So it's like this has computers in their chairs, obviously. And then the table for working. So if you don't have a laptop, do not fret. And then there's also the laundry room down here, which has four gyres of four washers you can on there's actually these things right here where you text the number it has, like instruction appear you text a number and you say which how much she you're using, and that's actually when it's done, so you don't have to wait down here with it. But if you don't choose to wait now, here is a little study, not study room, but not the little lobby. Just hang out here while you wait for your clothes to be done. And then also in the basement. We have a little fitness area. Which is just a couple machine will hear stuff you Hi, Gods. My name is Seo. Reporter. I am a freshman at Clark Atlanta University, which is obviously in Atlanta, Georgia, and I'm from Chicago, Illinois. My major right now is undecided. Do not know what I want to do it, but hopefully I can get that declared. But it ended this semester, so yeah, I'm gonna be giving you guys a tour of the school, obviously, and some inside of buildings. Hopefully, I could get some videos of class is in session, but I don't know, t choose kind of. Some of them are kind of straight, but I could probably find a more laid back one who would allow me to record in class, So yeah, All right, So this area because we're not such a huge campus. We don't really have areas that you could call that we call quads, but you get kind of consider this one. Um, this is, like, right in the middle of all the female female, um, traditional holes like this, we're just and this is murder. That's one of the traditional. Is this is there. I think that our construction on this we're now, actually, and this is five for the one that I live in. So yeah, this not many people really hang out here, Which is why I say don't really call it a quiet like our main hangout area is definitely the prominent, but they have these which are dedicated so different, uh, but it's already these fraternities. Let's see this a k a. The pink one. And then what's that off outflow? What? E. Cannot remember what that symbol is, but, you know, you know what I mean. So, yeah, that's about all of these, So, yeah, like over there. That gate with Norman weekend. Just not the only gate is open. It's the main gate. No. Well, yeah, we're open campus, so pretty much anyone could come on this campus. But they still have guards. So you see that sign? I don't know. You could read it. Says working the Morehouse College like that's more houses. Can't. This And this statue of W E B du bois William. Edward. Oh, my God. I've never tried to say Berg Gar, let's just keep calling him W E B. OK. And behind him is the sacred grass where some of the president's the previous presidents of the university are actually very. Which is why I take grass, which I So, Yeah, I actually I went out the other day, but I forgot to record stuff. So I'll just tell you guys, eh? So basically, where I went, I went to the museum as you guys. So when I think it was a civil right center and right outside of it, there's deep like it's like a whole little area. There's the aquarium, the civil, a center and the Coca Cola world or Coca Cola or something like that. And there's also, like, right within walking distance is the Centennial Olympic Park, which is pretty nice. They have fountains, They have statues of love, self. It's nice. Lot of people go there, and then right there's the fares Well, that I showed you guys that's going to be right across the street from the park. So yeah, that's why we're here today. All right, guys, Good morning. Now I'm gonna take you guys to the gold options available on campus. So let's start with the cafeteria. Okay, guys. So the way like half works is basically there's different meal plans for each year. But as you get liketo upperclassman, you can still buy the unlimited land. But that's just like there's a minimum, one that you have to get. But you can always get more tired. So freshmen are required to have unlimited plan. So you're swiping and there's different areas to eat. Like I went to the Waffle Maker this morning meeting. But they also cook meals that, if you like eggs, bacon, pan, kids were French tolls or anything like that. Then there's also the area where you could just pick up something and go like bagels, muffins, thousands of these little three cups of smoothies. There's business. Another cereal? Yes, they have in the morning. That's pretty much it. And the drinks? They have every drink because they have like that machine, that you see it like a restaurant or something. Or you could just pick what, drinking one. And it's all in one machine. Yeah, all right, so further down the problem. Now we have one of our food options. Full trucks. There's three altogether, but they alternate. On what days they come. They have catfish wings fried. They have a lot of stuff. I don't even know what all they have. And so you know, that's one of our production. But we're actually about to go see another one, which is right next to it in this building. Carl Mary, where? Look. Because No. Hey, So one of the options we have is a Dunkin Donuts. They have pretty much everything, so Oh, yeah. Right, you guys. Oh, I'm sorry. I'm a little sick now. Um, I'm going to show you guys a couple of events that go on at the school. Well, it's one event that I recorded. And then the other two just places in the school that I like. Interesting to go if you want to see him. I'm freaking in a museum in here. Well, like a little art gallery. I did not know about this till recently, so let's go see that. Kreisel on campus. Tired from stairs. So I have this, um, in the same boat, and we have a lot of the financial aid. Hope there's a museum upstairs. Come wish you guys that. Because it's Black History Month.