Emerson College and Northeastern University tours | Campus Tour 2019
Virtual Tours by Students
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I'm headed up to Boston for about 30 hours to go see Emerson College and Northeastern. It's me and both of my hands this time, not just the one that went to New York with me, and we're staying at the Doubletree. As you can see, we've just got to our hotel, but we don't even have enough time to enjoy it right now because it's like one now. Our toward Emerson starts in two lunchtime, trusting our average class size is 25 students. Ratio is 13 to 1, so the setup of Emerson is definitely on the unconventional side. We started the tour going through one of the dining areas, a couple doors down from the visitor center in the same building. The front of the building reminds me of a bunch of storefronts, almost, and we went through there and out on the side. I crossed into another building where the majority of the classes and studios are just on, like different floors. We passed by a bunch of different studios and theater. I even got to peek into the journalism studio, which was really cool. I loved how decorated everything Waas like Every hallway was covered with colorful posters and fliers for performances. They had a really pretty view from the window, but I didn't get to record it. My bad. We walked down a few more doors and entered the campus center, where they house doing life a couple floors down and then dorm rooms from the ground floor up. We got to look into an actual student dorm, and they had this friend's bulletin up, which I thought was super funny. Finally, we got to go into, like, a common room for a couple of the dorms, and it had the most amazing, although the setup was strange, like the school has so many resources for people interested in communication or art. So if you are into that, I would definitely check it out. Um, basically, after the tour, we had a bunch of different plans that ended up falling through. We had wanted to go visit the Boston Public Library and go see the park right around the corner, but it was too cold. Got to remember, we are from Florida and we were feeling like death out there. One plan we did still have was to go to this pop up art gallery happening about a mile from here. One thing I did notice about Boston is that even if something like a mile away because of traffic, it takes a good 15 minutes to get there, and especially with, like, one way traffic and all that stuff. Yeah, we're headed there now, and I hope it's fun. I'm absolutely freezing, but I could use I got him, son. I just took my shower in this weird shower thing, but it just has a drain in the floor. Let me just say I've never been more happy to have hot water in my life. I don't know how I'm going to live this lifestyle, but we're gonna make it work. So this is a look that I'm going with port today. Obviously, I'm gonna put another sweatshirt over this and then the same jacket I wore yesterday on a CZ. Well, it's about nine. It's like 8 45 now, and my tour of Northeastern starts at 9 45 So we're just gonna go eat and then head on over to Northeastern. Northeastern's campus was gorgeous, especially during this time of year. The buildings are adjacent to a main street along easy access to the outside while still maintaining a central location. Ah, lot of the tour was, of course, spent on discussing the coop program, which is the program they're known for. It turns out they're partnered with a lot of really great companies. Overall, the campus was really beautiful and just bubbling with opportunities. I like my coach just like my honey sweet wait across the street with Mexicans. We're at the part taking artsy pictures, and my phone is dying. Guys, I'm definitely harassing this abuse right now. If you like this video and common and subscribe also check out my blah.