Xavier Hall the Biggest and Smallest of PLU!
Virtual Tours by Students
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Hey, so here we are in Zahavi a hall that's publishing Xavier. You could see that on the wall here was pronounced zavier. One of the favorite things about this building for me is it actually has our largest and smallest classroom that we have here. You first going to check out the Philip Nordquist lecture, Take a look inside of there. This has been nicknamed the Harry Potter Hall because you take a look. Some of these chandeliers here, they actually look kind of like that main hall in Harry Potter when all the houses are together, this's sort of what that looks like here. I have never seen any class that actually fills up this entire space based class that I've ever had here. You was down in our Ricky Science centers for physics course, and that was about forty five, maybe fifty students. That ain't even half fill up the class down there. This one I've never seen more than thirty or forty students may be in one of these lecture halls, which is Russian really interesting, because right next door to this is where we have our smallest classroom on campus. This is the largest and actually right next door is the smallest classroom that we have. So this is our seminar room, which is literally right next door here, and this has a maximum capacity of ten students. Just take a look how small this place is, right? This is the smallest classroom we have. As seniors, you have to take a capstone project, which is like a senior seminar course where you really focus on your specific discipline for me, double majoring in Spanish and sociology. Like I said, right now I'm doing my Spanish capstone and then in the spring of next year, I'll be taking my sociology capstone, so sometimes the most classes will meet in this kind of space, especially there's not that many students, so it's really interesting to see the difference between this small little area in this room. Versus the massive room that we have this for you stated lecture hall here.