Meet Celia | Campus Tour 2019
Virtual Tours by Students
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The reason why I why I decided to come here was it was kind of strange because I actually didn't want to come here Originally, I was deciding between Loyola and Boston University, and I thought that BU was gonna be amazing and this, like, fantastic school. You know, my parents convinced me, like, you know, you should visit both schools again and see which ones you like the best. I remember going to be you and hating it so much and being like, Wow, this place feels like a prison and loyal A does not have that feel. I think what I like most about Boston was that it was in Boston. I didn't have the concept of the the idea that that was Baltimore was not in my head. Really, Because I've never really been there. As I'd like, come to the school and, like, just loved the area that it's because it feels like so, like, a beautiful little spot of nature in, uh, in a big city. I've learned that we Baltimore is very lively and does have a lot of like fun places and fun activities and, like just a lot of culture here that I didn't really think existed. That's just in terms of, you know, just the Lgbtq community and in terms of race and it I just think it's kind of strange, like it's strange in the sense where, like, you definitely notice there are a lot of white people, but it's not like, you know, it's not like the community isn't trying to reach out to other types of people. It just feels, you know, it feels very I don't want to say it feels forced, that we're trying to reach out to other people. It feels odd because it's a lot of white people trying to reach out to other marginalized groups, and I think that that feels like that can make things a little bit weird. Sometimes some people do it great, but some people do it well and respectfully, and some people don't I am a writing major and enter. So in terms of my major, the academic climate is pretty mixed. Um, be basically because some people who decide to go into the writing like Major Minor, some of them are like, I want to be a lawyer. I want to be a novelist like I want to be a journalist like, actually want to pursue something in that field. I would say, in like, you know, any other kind of feels like, you know, I've even in terms of other arts majors. I've like spoken to people who, like do dance and who do, um, photography and do other things. Like they, it's just something we're like. You actually have to give it a lot of thought and consideration to advance and to get a good grade and for writing. It's kind of like if you kind of can, like, get the ropes, you can pretty much get your sea and pass. I feel like that kind of gives this misconception that, like all the writing majors, don't really care about anything in particular. Okay, so least favorite part is the food, because I got food poisoning and I also find that sometimes thie cafeteria staff are really mean and can be really nasty with you. Um, which it's just, you know, personally, not what I like to be a part of my life. Yeah, sometimes I guess it really just depends on who's making your food. Because personally, what got me sick was like Mac and cheese that had been old and the cheese was spoiled in terms of like my favorite part. It has, like a theater in the basement were just so cool, and it's like, cool. It smells like old books, which is like, really nice, and I feel like not a lot of people are taking out a lot of books. So if you want to read Harry Potter, you Khun, literally go and get Harry Potter. If you want to read Agatha Christie like if you want to do something for entertainment and you don't necessarily want to be paying a lot of money for books like you could literally go and take out a book like Guaranteed, nobody's probably taken it out. So it's just like a nice little like it's like a nice little happy place to be.