Final Words of Advice from Rakiye The Wise | Campus Tour 2019
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My final piece of advice to incoming freshman O. R. Any high school students looking to apply to leave in our thinking about applying Lehman would be to definitely join a club if you want to care and feel involved and be a part of something, definitely doing a club because especially since you don't live here, there's no other connection that you have to being here. Except you'd agree when it's over, that one way to make friends and coming world on DH. I feel like a part of something. I like to remind you that this reminder because I even today I had to keep telling myself this because every time I hear footsteps, I pause or look over my shoulder. What I mean is like, Don't please time being afraid, being insecure, like I went here for a full year before I ever finally went into the cafeteria by myself, or even sat there by myself, I would either just completely avoid just completely avoid going in there, or I would find my food and leave because I don't want to sit there and be around people that I felt so awkward. Everyone has their own stuff going on there focused on classes or any other personal things I have going on. No one really notices you and see you decide that you want to be noticed and make yourself invisible. Um, you want to be B a R v? I here? No, I said it before, but I'LL say it again during the club and I'm sure I'm so cool. It's cold outside if you've seen any of my other videos that where I interviewed other students of everyone or a majority of them said that one of the best things they did here at Leland was getting involved and joining clubs. My friend Giselle said that one thing she would have done differently if she could change time join a club sooner because she didn't join until her last semester and until, like the second half opener last semester. You've made friends and only got the hangout for one semester.