Gilman Hall | Campus Tour 2019
Virtual Tours by Students
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Hey, so you're creme de in home and this's the building. The house is a lot of the writing majors like writing Sense, the classics department as well as other little tribulation. I personally don't have any classes here because I am in more than sharing classes. Hopkins requires all their students to take up this one writing intensive. So I take explosively writing, and that's also housed in this building. I love the architecture, er, what it has been my study spaces and this is going human atrium is a nice place for people like you gather to do their projects or like conduct interviews and stuff. Sometimes I know I've had interview down here before, and the reading room here is also a really nice place to work, and you have done. I just really like being in this building because it's all open and get it feeling, Yeah, so I'm currently sitting on, like, cement much here, and I think I'm on the top floor. Yeah, I would have to be because they see things right there. I think there's like, forty five stories here, so it is a huge pudding. They even have, like, um, any archaeological museum here. I'm pretty sure there's archaeology department Hopkins, and that's also housing. Gilman's a very central point in the university and has a very iconic Sfeir Ridge. That's what I got a lot of our late promotional material, and this is where iconic. This is a university sealed, and it's a kind of rope off because there's like a saying that you step on it, then you're not gonna graduate in four years and your perspective student, then you're not gonna get in. I'm not superstitious, but I'm not going to stop on this like, ever. Yeah, so Gilman has a small archeological museum and unopened in it before, so it's kind of cool then. This is kind of like a lobby slash entry room in Gilvan, and a lot of people gather here to talk about projects or just to do homework or study. We'LL hang out and I forget what that storm it's called like those hanging things are really pretty and the ceiling is like all windows, and it's just such a nice open environment. I love that and this is the cafe and we are about to enter the reading room, and once again, this is just a gorgeous room. It's just so nice to work in here like you just feel very happy. Everything's so bright and open, and I'm pretty sure there's a lot of tutoring stuff over there, too.