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Hi, everyone. I'm currently heading over to Raymond Dining Hall, which is the main dining hall here on campus in his incoming freshmen. You will have unlimited swipes today, which is great cause raise open seven days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner. A fan favorite right is Chicken Nugget. Thursday. I've seen people line up outside. Actually, I've even seen professors in line waiting for chicken nuggets and curly fries. And as a picky eater, I was terrified of Kahlo's food. But I can't say that. Raise a happy surprise and I'm always least with the options. I have it right, finished up dinner and right. How was the meal? It was good. welcome to Planet. So we're not double right now, and all doubles, triples and quads comes with the frame, a desk and a dresser. Life will make sure that you have a comfortable space to live in. And if you ever have issues, you always have your salary. And it was like to go back to as an r a. I think we really tried our best to make sure everyone's in there comfortably. Oh, it is our laundry room. This building has a much room per floor. Somebody in the basement. It's a really cool because you don't have to carry around like a sack of coins with you was included in your tuitions. We could just come in popping your laundry and head on out. And I am also has a laundry tracker. So you always know how many washes driver opening. everyone I am currently heading over to Slave in, which is the student center here on campus. Slavin is one of my absolute favorite spots on campus. It's always busy. You're guaranteed to see someone you know. Slavin houses a lot of great study spaces. Alumni dining hall, Dunkin Donuts offices For a lot of clubs here on campuses, the ticket office residents, live office and the Career Expo office, the ticket office here in Slavin is great because you can buy tickets to campus events such as dances or concerts, and you can buy tickets to off campus events such as Red Sox games or plays at the Providence Performing Arts Center. My guys are about to get a quick workout in, so I'm going to give you a little sneak preview of the gym. PC is a very active campus, whether that be do one sport club teams. Intramurals are intramural. Program is one of the most populated in the country. Theo Jim is always busy. Everyone's very active. You can check the P C Ap and see how busy the gym is and fitted into your schedule. So I'm about to go in. I'll show you a quick preview. you think Beautiful rate you should see, See? And well, you are one of our most Cody study spots on campus. You should see during this time a huge Christmas tree fireplaces always going. I never want to leave way. We're going to be going into one of our lecture halls which our development of Western civilization class their health. Let it. So set of class you're gonna be taking for your 1st 2 years were pieces. So what is 1/4 semester long Course that you will have to lectures a week and 17 are setting with a few students from your lecture, you'll have three different for professors switching on and off, giving lectures based on your reading assignments. So say you have a theology professor teach you got me. You'll probably have a reading from the Bible or you're getting out of history. But you may have a story you're gonna be learning about how society came to be from H mess of a team. You know, up until present day, our development of Western civilization program is the heart of our liberal arts curriculum. Here it has given me skills I didn't even know existed I've become such a critical thinker. I've developed reading and writing skills that have helped me. All my different classes in all different subject areas at my time. Here in PC, this home become a better student as a whole and really good at jeopardy. Hi, everyone. Today I'm sitting in the lecture hall in the brand new science complex complex opened in the evolved 2018. So it's brand new. It houses all the biology classes, the chemistry classes, psychology, anything science you can think of as a biology major. I tend to spend a lot of my time here. They have some great city spaces that are built for a lot of collaborative work. So there's a group study rooms, groups. So your table is that we can go see it a little bit. And this is the largest lecture hall we have in the building. It seats about 50 kids, so that's the largest class you're ever gonna have and typically doesn't even fill up. So you get a lot of one on one time with your professor, which is great in a science concert. Soon here is setting around collaborative technology. I have my organic chemistry classroom up here, so my or go professor will actually take notes on his iPod as he walks around the class and the iPad notes get projected onto the TV screens right here. You're in front of all of our desks and they're protected into all of them, and they're also projected onto the big screen right up here and at the end of the class, We all get out our iPods in our apple pencils provided by the school, and we link them up to the TVs and we can practice doing organic chemistry problems. And our professor can actually walk around and help us out. See how well we're doing. It's great. One on one experience with the Professor. I think I only have about 15 kids in my glass right now, so it's a great experience. way our reigning dining hall primary. I want the weapons lower. Sleep thing is kind of the heart of this connective. Please. Here. All right, so right now they're a long night for you. You're fired like money, and you kind of get food made to order or kind of like a full course style. You like water in a chance? It's over. Comfortable down here. Get a goal and just keep up with. So here we are. One more psycho chose today affairs and umbrella organization, where all I'm more culture advocacy, campaign school under I'm part of the organization of American Students. We come here, we have a meeting to make sure that you don't Any of you celebrated and five here on campus? Along with that, we have our student conference. This like, student government, my hat in your high school. They wouldn't make sure things get done. You really into legislation and kind of like a student Body power coming way. Our board of programmers and we're gonna take a peek inside to see some of the members are here. Thomas. I'm Carl, were members of the board of Programmers. So essentially what we do on campuses, we plan almost all the events that go on throughout the year. So drop the weekly host of Trivia Night's karaoke unites open mic nights, different lectures, so many different things to do to 15 nights, always keeping students involved in engaged. And then on the weekends we have some bigger events. You have a country night. We have two yearly events called Clam jam and problem Lose A where we get the food, trucks and vendors and vans and different inflatables. And it's so much fun on. There were also responsible for planning our spring concert, which kind of creates a community at the school and making sure that everyone's having a great time in a safe time on campus. Keep on walking and you are You're evolving campaign, right? Yeah, I love reading. People were about it. Sure. So Campus ministries a really awesome way to get involved here on campus and actually abroad to sew. My freshman year, I got involved with a group on campus called Pure Ministry and Pure Ministry is a student blood and student run organization. So you actually meet biweekly with a group of students in your same grade, So really awesome way to meet new people starting, especially from last year when you don't really know anybody. Uh and so you, me, and just talk about where faith and college life kind of intersex and and where those big questions for when you're going through college, everybody's kind of going through the same thing as you. So it's really awesome opportunity to kind of just soundboard off of other people who are going to the same. So actually, last semester, when I was abroad in Seville, Spain, off my pure minister for my junior group, she actually was abroad with me and we would actually face time in Thio. Everybody else was traveling all around the world. So we had people in Dublin. We had people in Cork, Ireland, all throughout Spain, in Italy. So we had face time in once a month and really connect with other people. So pure ministry is a really awesome way to get involved as well as service opportunities through campus Ministry. She definitely Oh, okay. Woke up. W T o m. This is our on campus radio station. A lot of friends will group up together and host a radio show. There's all different types of genres between sports country music him hot. If you're into, that s, oh, it's a great way to join and be involved on campus. Your parents can listen across the globe, which is really fun, so definitely check it out. Tune in and hear us in all of the music that happens on Casey's campus and now follow Follow Me Thio PC TV, which is our television station on campus. There's all different segments that we host from sports to news to entertainment. We really are able Thio get a little peek into what it's like to be on PCs campus interviewing some athletes. We have road to the Shirt, which follows athletes on their intramural journey, which is always a lot of fun to highlight an interview. Some of those students and we also during our huge concerts, concerts on campus, interview some students and get a little peek into what peace is all about. So yeah, so much to do on PC campus and Hey, guys can in the Senate, So it Here, you can see we've got some time almost every morning early and stay there until late at night. Gonna fit in your schedule. Also, our equipment gets wish every few years running on women's starting this fall. Good, So impure. In the Peterson Center, we have a bunch of different fun event. So we have our black and white ball, which began as a traditional therapy. See, during my freshman year, when we celebrate our centennial, they check out the place. You can't even recognize it as people play basketball. It's beautiful. It's a lot of fun for faster. They're all dressed up with a lot of band, and it's just a lot of fun. And then we also have a career fair. So once a semester, a bunch of different employers would come and set up in here. The whole place goes up and everyone could go down. Doesn't matter what great for. Uh, we also have our involvement fair. So that's when all are different clubs on campus. We sit up and same thing. There's so many different moves, so students spend a lot of time down there getting a different class you were playing in their clubs where the reason I am here? Uh, no. But actually, this year I'm going to sign up birth into 2/4. I think it's cool. So will your shirt in that it's a really great