Day In My Life | Campus Tour 2019
Virtual Tours by Students
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Hey, guys s O This is Janine and Eva and we're on the same university writing class together, and we usually get lunch together after class. That's one of the fun things about the community here at Columbia is that, uh, after class, A lot of people go get lunch together, go get meals together. It's a really nice and I thought, well fostered community. I think we can all agree that Paris is the best dining. Paris is always and I live in John J. So spread it about. Well, there are a lot of dining for whatever your preferences are. This is the science and engineering building, and it actually is a really cool cafe in the bottom that you should visit if you come to Colombia. So I want to walk you through my daily schedule now at Columbia, we generally don't have class on Fridays. If you have language causes like I do, you do generally because they want you to have a much later is learning time is possible. A lot of times people used the Fridays off Teo, get go work at an internship or working a job because that really gives a great opportunity to explore the city, Seymour and get some professional experience. So on Mondays and Wednesdays, I have Arabic in the morning, and then I have a French conversation and another French class in the afternoon and on Tuesdays and Thursdays. I have my Arabic in the morning as well, and I also have university writing, which is the standard writing class at Columbia and literature Humanity's, which is also the standard literature class here at Columbia and literature. Humanity's actually nearly two hours long, so it's a really long class, and so that was a little tough to get through. It's fun and we get to read a lot, which is great. My father, my class, are usually done by around four, five thirty, and then after that, I'll usually get dinner with my friends. Then we'll go study in the library, and we usually study until midnight, one two in the morning. I don't believe I've gone to bed before midnight after Columbia, honestly, but it's you put in a lot of work, and then my first class is at ten ten anyway. So I just sleep in a little in the morning, and so that's generally what I said, older and weak is like, and during the weekend friends, I like to go out to the city of some fun, go to restaurants, go see concerts and stuff. So work is definitely huge component of life at Columbia. That's just how it is at an institution like this. So this is Havemeyer three, Oh, nine, and it's one of the most films classrooms in America. So this is the question that I have French in, and it's pretty small and because there are only six people in my French class, which is really nice. So a lot of classes at Columbia are smaller, which is great. All the classrooms have computers and projectors so we can watch movies and stuff. So right around here are the main gates of Colombia and college walk. This is where everyone comes in when they first move in and you walk down right here, Uh, which is all lit up at winter. Um, and you get to see South Long Low library and Butler library. It's on Barnett's campus, but as a Columbia student, I can come study here, and this is definitely one of my favorite study spots.