Interviewing paige, a psych and advertising major.
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She was just about to ask me what I'm gonna ask her. So I'm originally from Lindsborg, Kansas, Which is really small town by Selena. You know, the dorms were generally grouped into the majors, but not necessarily there. You can still make it work on either side of campus. Isn't that like, how long does it take you to walk to your for this class? Fifteen minutes. If you had a bike that would probably don't like five. She's like bikes, eh? So what made you choose case dates? I am born and raised on K state. I used to come up for shows that McCain like we shot. Uh, so yeah, s. So would you say that you're an outlier? Or that there's a lot of kind of home grown case state spirit. I feel like there's a lot of people like that here, but anybody that comes here, like we have a friend from California, He came here and he immediately embraced basic culture. Like Kevin's like Mohr into it that I am from K c. Yeah. So how do you like your major? Is it is like is that kind of why you chose? Obviously, didn't choose that. I can say for that, but is it good? Like, do you like it here? Yeah. He does like a really great job of, like, connecting their students to their staff, and they have, like, uh, within my major, like we have add club, which you get to do really a lot of cool offered opportunities. They connect you with, um, industry professionals. What about, like, the student body can already talked about it a little bit, but I mean, it is it. Is it a good atmosphere, I guess, in just in your school and around entire school in general. It honestly, like, I don't think you get this anywhere else, but you pass someone on the street, you don't know them. They don't know you, but you still smile at each other. Unlike normally, if you make eye contact with someone, smiles at you. It's just like it's so homey, like, even though the student body is so big, it just feels like Yeah, I think that a lot of people think that's a Midwest thing, but it's I've been other. I've been other Midwest schools and, yeah, case that is pretty unique in the friendliness atmosphere. Not to say like people come up and try to talk to you on the street, but they'll smile.