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Justine Kim

Australia, Music and Performing Media Arts, Class of 2021

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Sam Fuqua

Hotel Admin, Class of 2022

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Ashley Lin

Biochemistry, Class of 2022

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Benjamin Chen

Communication, Class of 2022

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What's up, guys? This is Ben, and I'm going to be doing an overview of one of the common rooms at Muse Hall. You *** is shaped like a U. N. At the very bottom of that. U is the London Lounge. Here it is. So one lounge is pretty much the biggest common room in Music Hall. There's quite a bit of common room's in use, all but this is definitely the biggest you can see. You've got a grand piano. We've got some comfortable soft chairs. I'm not entirely sure what type of you know that is, but I mean, no other coming has that you've got some great table for studying. It's a nice, calm area. Teo, do your work or study for an exam. You can see you've got some pretty nice windows over here. There's a view of Helen Newman Hall. You can see either side of Muse Hall over there. So, as I said before, there's a lot of common rooms and Muse Hall. But Lund Lounge is by far the biggest and the cleanest, and it generally looks the nicest honestly, like the atmosphere. A lot here, compared to a lot of the other con rooms. Now that, uh, the beginning of the year is way past us. There's not as many events that happen in one's lounge as often, but there are still times when the Rays will have a party. They'LL have some free food, I think on Valentine's Day they had a huge event at Lined Lounge. There's a lot of stuff that takes place in London Lounge. The only problem is it doesn't have a TV like some of the other common rooms in my ears, all wage I'm about to show you. So one last sweeping overview of London Lounge before we move on to the other common room's in use. All you've got a beautiful piano over there. But unfortunately, no TV, which someone other common rooms actually do. Hey, you can see we've got that side amuse all over here. The Westside is all the way over there and being along. We have a kitchen over here. We've got a common room over here. I don't want to disturb people studying there right now, huh? There's a water fountain over here. There's a gender inclusive bathroom over there. Here's the laundry room. Here is the main entrance for Eastside amuse home again and shaped like a U and that's the side. Here's another common room. This is We're also a lot of events are held because it does have a TV, but there are people sitting in their teeth, so I don't Here you can see there is yet another common room. It's a general trend and use all there's only this one has a spiral staircase that goes up to the second floor kitchen. It has a refrigerator, and it has a TV inside. And there's one last common room on the end here that you can also do your stuff. So, yeah, that was a general overview of Muse Hall and it's common rooms, even though I'm not entirely sure that the ones I went over are the same for the other floors of Music hall or for the other half of me, ***, since this it was the Eastside of Muse haul. All of them are generally pretty comfortable. Nice places that study or chill out because Amuse Hall is one of the newer dorms on North campus and for freshman means there's air conditioning. You'LL never have to worry about it being uncomfortable while you're studying or while you're hanging out with friends, whatever it is you're doing and that's about it from your What's up, guys? This has been today. I'm gonna be doing a tour of high rise five, one of the doubles. Their high rise five is right across the street from our PCC on so you can get some nasty really quickly. You can get some printing services really quickly. Went to a brief overview of the room. So, as you can probably tell, it's relatively big room. A lot bigger than I say, my place setting Yu's home. It's kind of a mess right now, but this is in my dorm, so don't play me. You might be able to see that their computers here, these air not provided with the dorm. My friends brought them up here themselves. But you can see each person gets a table, gets a bed and gets a wardrobe. You have a main, you're and you have coverage here. Uh, over here, you'LL see that they're to waste baskets provided the thing about high rise five, though, is that there's no air conditioning. So for most of the year, it's not that important because it is difficult. It is snowing and cold most of the time. But when you come to campus in August and in September it gets pretty hot, actually surprisingly hot. Since this room is relatively high up, you could get a pretty beautiful view of the rest of North campus, or at least east of high rise. Five. Over there is the low rises. You know, he's got some other residential buildings here. You might notice some music playing that's not part of the dorm, either. They made themselves at home, added a speaker out of computers, added this mirror, which is not provided either, having now you can see that each suite has won triple one double and two singles, and they all share one bathroom right here. His greatest amused bathroom. But as you can see, it's pretty standard. One light for the main bathroom. One light for bathtub over here overall. Not too bad, but it could be better. So moving outside of the bathroom, you can see that there's a window here on your way out of a building. All rights five is pretty far north, so you can see that a good portion of the rest of north campus there's Amuse Hall over there. There's darling all over there, and if you look far enough. You can see moving on to the kitchen layout of high rise. Life is a bit here, but you can see there's a study around here s O right here is where the kitchen is. Here, the elevators that take you downstairs or upstairs. Skylar, you can see the kitchen is pretty cramped, but has all the necessities. Gotta Still, you've got a kitchen, Better refrigerator. You see, people have loaded up their stuff here. Got some paper towels. Not too bad. So I asked my friends what they think about living in high rise five. They say it's a pretty decent experience. Maybe not as great as, say, muse or ck B, but a lot better than the low rises or Donlan, which are much older residential buildings. You've got no way you see here, but it's not too bad for most of the year because it is cold and snowy, and the fact that it's really close to our PCC and nasties is really convenient. Hello, everyone. Welcome to Cornell University. I am currently standing in front of the iconic clock tower. My name is Justine and I am an international freshman here at Cornell University. I plan to double major in music and performing media art in the College of Art and Science. If you thought that corn aliens study all day, well, you're almost there. But we also have a fantastic, thriving culture outside of al academics. So I will be your died and follow Hello, everyone. So right now I am standing in front ofthe the art squad. Welcome to the arts core jangles. And as you can see, here is Goldman Smith Hall. This is where old their arts and humanities have their classes. Um, and if we turn around, we can see the clock tower. And along here is started road, which is the first buildings that were ever built at Cornell. And so those are White Paul, Moral Hall and McGraw. How there was some tension between white and Cornell regarding the design off the buildings. So Israel wanted a more practical style while white favorite amore classical style. As you can see by the design of Lincoln Hall, right there, which is in the style of Romanesque revival. And they have not reconciled in their building styles. Yet as you can probably tell, freshmen will have the convocation here with, like, huge banners and, like tents and everything. I am in front ofthe the statue of Ezra Cornell, who is the founder ofthe Cornell University and the Western Union. He was an American businessmen politician, philanthropist and educational administrator. He also served as the president off the New York Agricultural society on as a senator off the New York State. Currently, I am standing in front of the statue off Andrew Dixon White, who was the co founder of Cornell University and served as its president for nearly two decades. He was an American historian and educator and was renowned for expanding Cornell College curriculum. It's just a Nikon IC place to be. Oh, yeah, and by the way, that's Colin library. So if you want to see, check out my other What's up, guys? This's been And today I'm going to be doing a brief overview of physical sciences building, which is a great place to study. Plus, it has a cafe and a bunch of different classrooms. So this is the view from the second floor of Physical Sciences building. We're overlooking the atrium right now. As you can tell, I got a lot of really nice natural lighting. The building structure itself is honestly pretty beautiful. I think it's one of the newer buildings on main campus, and so you can study over here and up here on the second floor is also a A really nice view over here. You've got some pretty great study years over there, some bathrooms. Honestly, it's just a really peaceful, quiet place to study. And, as you can tell, it looks really nice. Oh, we're here on the first floor. Here's the Clark atrium Over here is yet again, and more studies last dining areas. This place over here is called Goldie's, and they also take Ben very bucks as part of your meal plan. They serve soup, some cold foods, they serve sandwiches, coffee. So basically what you do is go up to that register on the left. You order your food, they give you a ticket and you show them the ticket over here. And that's when you pay for it Over here. Some comfortable couches to also do some studying. As you may have guessed. Sometimes they holds career fairs over here, and you can see that the physical sciences building is connected to Baker Hall, which is, well, it's right over here. So this is a better view of Ahh Baker Laboratory. As you can see, it's connected. The architecture is very, very different. But walking through to Baker Laboratory and see it's for chemistry and I think biology. So through here you can see the building is a lot older, maybe not as attractive, also not as many study spaces, but it is still a pretty old building, so you can't really blame him for that bunch of offices. And there is one big auditorium in Baker where they hold a lot of lectures, but unfortunately I cannot show that. So here's one final view of the physical sciences building behind me, and over there is Baker Lab, which is connected to honestly a really beautiful building a great place for studying. There's some good eats at Goldie's Cafe. It's one of my highly recommended studying spots on Cornell's campus, actually compared to the library's even, and that's all What's up, guys that spend? I just finished lunch, a Trillium dining hall and I'm on my way to the connected Kennedy Hall right through here. It's really all right. Here's a nice area. You're so after you pass. The study here is you get to call Auditorium is a pretty huge auditorium. I think the bio class is there right now. I'm not sure what classes going on right now. I don't want to turn to, but see, it's a pretty big auditorium. Here's the layout s O. That was a general review of some of these study areas at Kennedy home. It's also home to the Hubble on the second floor, which I just heard you guys and there's a bunch of different classrooms. There's a stairway up to the second floor of Kennedy Hall. Over here, you get you a trillion. This is the second floor, just sort of about the area. And here are a bunch of different classrooms, a lot of a lot of them equipped with a computer's, Some of them not. You can see where we enter from front. There is a study area. Don't lay down. There is call auditorium over there That's actually a pretty nice place study. I don't think many people go there study there before and it's pretty quiet. Christie Masters Program. The Master Student Collaboration Space for the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences hands that is a general view. This's the view from outside the second floor of Kennedy Hall. This's the quad, um, all the way over there and distances the man library. There's some buildings over here, too, as a new bag suggests, this is pretty college of Agriculture and life sciences, and that's a pretty sunny day out. So that was a general overview of Kennedy Hall, which is connected to Trillium. All on the first floor. You have a bunch of study spaces and also that you have, which is a co working space. And you've also got the entrance to our call auditorium. The second floor is a bunch of classrooms and a pretty nice view of the cord. Emily, the publicity chair off the grid marching band. And she'll be telling you about on how well the bigger and marching band is the Larder student run organization on campus. We have a lot of members, basically even just come during orientation week this Saturday and Sunday. We have auditions from props before. All right, so we're on our way to ah, bare necessities with my friend. I don't know his name, but we're on Roy Toe bare necessities, also known as nasties in Robert Purcell Community Sensor. So we're here at bare necessities. Last nasties much too. Why we call it that is pretty good right through here at the counter. Kind of dry a lot throughout the whole place. You've got a lot of snacks that you could get those chips over there, uh, almost whateveryou need. Honestly, it's a lot like a convenience store on campus. So right, Here's freezer section is a general overview of the area. It's pretty small, but there's a lot of snacks enough. There is the menu. You get whatever food you want, you've got burgers, sandwiches, heroes, calzones. So, as you can see, we've got the bear grill, which has a bunch of different burgers and sandwiches. We have a breakfast menu and nasties. You've got a bunch of different sub options and we've got councils here. We also have beverages. There's a super day over there. Honestly, there's a bunch of different stuff that you can get a nasties. Um, I would not recommend getting it every day that the food is not known to be that healthy. I'm pretty sure that's where the name comes from. What's, uh, overall, I mean, I would highly recommend it. So here is where you order you bring your items up here, or you can order the hot food up here, and what you do is I could beginning of the year you have a meal plan, you put in a certain amount of big red bucks, and that's what you spend when you give them your car. So after you order your pizza over there, where the grilled station there absolute order the asks your name. That's how you know that that is open until two a. M. So you'LL find that a lot of late night party goers on their way home. We'LL stop by and get some food back home, my friend doing at a meatball sub. As I said before, the food here at Cornell is honestly pretty good. If you're looking at nasties of the whole, I mean, you've got some pretty beautiful floor to ceiling windows, just generally really nice place to hang out, Maybe to study, though there are better places to slaughter you on campus. Bathroom is all the way over there. So the thing about nasties is it doesn't use meal swipes like, say, Appel dining hall or North Star dining Hall when actually uses big red bucks. So at the beginning of the year, when you buy your meal plan, you have a certain amount of meal swipes every week. But you also have a certain amount of big red bucks, and it basically works like a debit card. Here's my idea. And every time you go up to the counter at bare necessities or ah, place similar to it, you hand them your card. They swipe it, and it takes out a certain amount of money from your account. Now you can add funds online whenever you want to, but I think the standard amount you start out with his five hundred. So that was a general overview of nasties. Like I said, you swipe your card, tell them your name and wait for your name to be called. Or if you're just buying an item from the store, you swiped that and and you should be good to Hi. So we're curly. And if common, just like downtown. If you got this, my friend Reyna Hie thee get college cave is really Basseterre. Whoa! So right now we just got out of having Chinese food, which was still flesh. No, I'm not. Ten come to Ku Commons as much you can do so much to do. I'm about a month ago. There's the opera festival here. Comments where there's like apple, Everything Apple cider fries, apple. What else? What else? Way Like apple chips, chairs, cheesy cheese? Yes. Yeah. We also just had a visiting weekend here in comments just over Hala weekend, which was really super duper fun. A lot of fun there. Yeah, well, look, Do it right now we're gonna get bubble tea. So we just got our bubble. Teo, I got Taro, You got strawberry? It's great flies. It's OK. But there's much better Babuji places in college town itself. I really like you t They have really good creme brule eighty there, which I really enjoy, But this is pretty good. Yeah way Love bubbles here six What man give. I'm from state of emotion of third on your shirt kind with about what? What? Wait. Are you excited? Wow. Thank you.