Virtual Tours by Students
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I'm a sophomore, and my major is inclusive childhood education with a math and science concentration. I'm also a sophomore, and I'm double majoring in intercultural studies and trials. Um, I figured, why not visit this place? And when I came and visited, uh, something about it just really drew me in. I thought, this is where I'm supposed to be. I grew up in hungry, but there are a couple of years that we spent in the States and we lived in this area, so I became really familiar with the campus and with some of the people. So when I applied, I was accepted to the London honors program and that also really your man holding the door when people are unnecessarily long distances away or, like running toe, hold the door for someone and apologizing If you don't Thea other day, my aria actually like, started to leave the building And then when she saw me coming, she world around to try to hold the door open. For me, which I feel like it's a pretty hoping specific thing. So I'm getting into a lot of education classes now, and it is very clear that the professor is not only care about us, but they also care about our future students, and it's shows and how they teach and how they interact with us. They're very good with grading, and we're making sure we learn the content. The workload isn't horrible, I will say, for a math and science concentration, there is more of a workload, but it's manageable. The faculty in those areas also make themselves very available for help. Influence e agree with everything she said about the Education Department on then Intercultural studies. We've been learning a lot about different cultures and how to interact with um and I feel like I've been getting a lot of tools or eventual works with people from other cultures or in different areas. The pro would be community, very big buzzword around here. It's kind of a joke, but genuinely there is a great community environment. People are very engaging with one another and kind to one another in my experience. Uh, one of the cons is that we're pretty isolated. So if you don't have a car, you're not going on wild adventures or anything on there is not much to do around here. Although we do have a lot of fun, outdoorsy things we could dio, but in terms of getting things, um, it's a little more difficult, But other than that, yeah, I would also say, for a pro would just be the people. Um, and that sounds a little cliche, but genuinely like the people that I've met here. Um, friends that I have are the best part of being out hoping for me. I would also agree with the con just because it is so isolated and it's hard to get places. Um, but I think even that, like, it means that you have to find things to do with the people who are around you. I think that actually sort of makes friendship stronger? Yeah, it's a party if you make it one.