Zoe's Tour of Grafton Library | Campus Tour 2019
Virtual Tours by Students
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Guys, I just got out of my class and it's around eleven. Forty, which is way here because I used we don't get out of class early. I'm going to give you guys a tour of the library in the mean time because I have about twenty five minutes until I want to get a lunch. It's sort of like the top floor of the library. There's lot of meeting rooms from all the books This is for an elevator gets off so the top floor of grafting is not accessible by elevator. I've actually had classes in here where way sit and have discussions about, like, books and stuff. I'm doing a campus tour for, like, money and marketing. Um, there's actually like classrooms on this floor. So this is where all the or some of the classes meat and that's squared. There is a mandatory research class and how you learned to cite things. There are tables where you can meet and study carols. Senna Study Carol's Kim reserve from the beginning of the year. Then you can keep your text books here all your stuff here that you don't have to go through the trouble of returning it every time and you have your name right there. There is the state stained glass of the school that I got given to the school. That's for Mary Baldwin, about nineteen o one, and there's usually Murals School because the murals are done by a maid term class every year. I just want to speak really quickly about the student life balance of how hard it is adjusting to college. So when you're at college, it's sort of like the very opposite of high school, where instead of you spending a lot of time in class in class, in a short amount, I'm doing homework. It's the exact opposite where you only spend a couple hours a week in class. For example, I spend about I have fifteen credit our Sorry, spend fifteen hours a week in class. I have a lot of homework to do because I'm a junior and I'm about to start my senior thesis, which is the big project you have to do before you graduate. It changes based on your major, but I have to do a communications on it, since I am marketing my roommate. Actually, she's an art major, and she has to dio God gallery opening. She has to do like fifteen pieces of art, do a gallery opening and it's wild. So but I would suggest is be prepared to study a lot outside of class. The library is a great place to study just because it's so quiet. So study Carol's don't and there's just freeze horses here. We also have in our library loans of there's a book here that's not here but another library. You can actually get the book set here and you can hold on to it for about half the semester, which is really great for, like, history projects or feces is so I'm gonna head down to their breast this from the library, because I'm going to show you guys. I already showed you guys the first floor of the library, but I need to show you guys so wait. That's where you could meet people about getting internships. What's wrong with fenders? And that wall actually became famous because I'm gonna show you in a second. There's a law student galleries here done by seniors because they have to do a gallery. They will actually go over your papers for you and help you with citations formulating your painting for formatting, your paper reading through it, making sure it's good. There's usually a math tutor or something like that. There's the Vanish Point, which will help you with internship opportunities. There's a coffee shop that has policing in it right now, like Lisa. The most expensive thing is three dollars, compared to the Starbucks for the most expensive thing in six. I actually have a principle for class, but just be like that sometimes. Now I'm gonna show you what the computer labs like, so.