What is nyu to you? (my roommate lynn)
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So I'm just going to ask her a few questions about why you and why she chose to go. Slim or leave you? I go to n y u New York University and I attend Steinhardt. So one of the schools were Then then why you? It's the school. The reason I chose to go down on you is because I wanted to be a city. I knew that my academics were your life in terms of my greatest. If I was in high school, I I was always kind of told which is a It's a It's a terrible reason to pick any college, But I'm like, Oh, my God, you fit in So well, then why you like you're so quirky? What else? So the reason I chose my major, which is media culture, communication, MCC, because I've always been interested very much how the things that were exposed to back to we become so I'm always going public cultural identity crisis. I think a lot of the reason for that is because the media have been exposed to. I just moved us and I think that was really interesting to me. How would you describe the student body like the students want you okay? And why? You is very diverse. I don't just mean like, oh, there's a lot of races which there are, but it's also you have a lot of international students and you have the largest international student population of any US college. It's and because there's such a breath like majors as well. So you have the art squeal lactation and you also have stern. Personalities would be extreme hipster, cool kid type, the very young playing want to work, taking Morgan time and then everything. How about you Just kind of like the acted in a climate like your classes like, What's it like? It's not hard. The thing with college, I guess, is that you don't become aware how piles on, But wait, it's Yeah, I'd agree with that. I'd say that like, if you're used to taking AP classes like Oribe glasses or anything like that, like college prep classes, you'll probably be pretty prepared for in you. I'd say like the expectations are pretty similar, especially like freshman year Like, it's pretty much a recap of a lot of things you probably aren't. You know, if you went to a school that was like College Prep and then the last question Okay, what's your favorite? And what's your least favorite part of you and My favorite part of you is that I genuinely feel like I'm living my life. I don't feel like I'm stuck in some place that I just have to be stuck here next four years. I genuinely feel like I'm engaged with things on. There's just so much access to everything, not just because we're in the city, but and where you is. The school makes it everything so successful? No. And then my beast sing. This is something I didn't keep in mind when applying, Are you and what you want? Huge. How you do is going to be especially in comparison to other colleges. Sometimes that means it's not about being lost. It's just about so don't you want to have more that community, especially since and what he doesn't do a very good job of having communal spaces nothing. Yeah, like, I think if you wantto, like, be a part of a community or like, get involved in why you feel he kind of have, like, this group of people that you know really well and feel like you belong, uh, more than a lot of other schools, you kind of have to do that on your own, like you're probably not going to feel like in white. You're probably gonna have to find, like your sect within and why you let your community whether that's like Greek life or like clubs, like in life, like Glen is a part of DEA say, like Democratic, Socialist and so like. That I'd say is like, from what it seems is like her community. So it's less so like all in why you students are like a part of your community. It's usually like I'm really involved in, like the activism scene or like the business scene or something like that. You're really involved, like in a certain part of GNU, and that's more your community than anything. You have to kind of take initiative to be a part of that because if you don't take initiative, then it's really easy to kind of feel a little bit more lost because it is a big school in a big city and the campus is really kind of spread out. It's not like a really don't like a classic campus feel, so if you don't take initiative to kind of make it home, it can very easily not feel like home.