Overview of a Coastal Carolina Commute
Virtual Tours by Students
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So I just want to make a quick video talking a little bit about my commute between my dorm and to my classroom's. Uh, it wouldn't be long enough to actually film because literally across the street over it, over the academic in office buildings in Britain home. So instead of seeing you with, that was just going to be a little bit of overview of what it's like to walk in between campus and getting from dorms, too. So the campus is kind of split between academic buildings and dorm building, So there's more adorable these on one side of campus. Then if you go on the other side, there's more academic buildings. So everyone is going to be stationed somewhere over here in in the Mabel are woods living communities or up in the freshman buildings like bingo on angle on all those. So you kind of get this whole wave of people in the morning coming from one side to the other. Then as the day goes on, it's kind of like a fifty fifty split of people going one way and people going the other way. Um, so yeah, like I said in another video, I think I dressed how long it takes you to get from one side of the campus to the other on. I did some of my own research, and I found out that it takes, like, seven minutes. If you're biking, it takes like seven minutes to get from the furthest part on one side to the other part of the other. Then I would say probably approximately ten to fifteen on walking, depending on how fast you walk. Yeah, that's my little overview of commutes on campus, and I hope you enjoy it.