End of Tour and Closing Thoughts
Virtual Tours by Students
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So as I'm concluding my tour of price, I just want to talk a little bit about my own experience and maybe some advice that I can give to you is a student here. I decided to come to Christ because it was really close to home, and I can still see my friends and my family. I learned a lot about the residential college system from coming to visit here, and I really like my dear part about Rice. I mean, they're really collaborated like you saw in the interviews with my friends. I think that's a really big thing here is that there's a really big culture of care, and all the students here want to help each other. I don't think it's competitive at all, and I'm really, really lucky to come to a school where people are excited to meet other people and work with other people and learn Okay, Um, had to give one piece of advice for students that come here or actually advice for people like any university is to not be afraid to look at The different resource is that your university provides you. I have always been really happy and rice because the students are really nice and the professors are really approachable. For a while, I felt like have a proper sense of belonging about make sense, like I have a lot of friends. I didn't really find my niche until this year, where I started exploring the different sorts of communities and clubs that Rice, for example, are really big thing for me is true, which is our student run radio station. I didn't join until this year and I've made so many friends s were into very, very similar things as I am music, they like going to concerts together on I made a lot of friends in the community. By joining that, I feel like like I found my pace is belonging at race. I started getting more into the photography classes and kind of exploring my artistic abilities, regardless of breast being kind of an engineering school. My, you know, being very open about who I am, what I like. I found all our people that kind of publicity mindset so again by like going to these rich or photography classes and Arctic Sivits and joining. He's in clubs that are really like, artistic and about photography. I found a lot of friends, and to this day, a lot of my closest friends are the people that I've met by me reaching out to these communities in clubs on and the same goes for a lot of other people that know on campus, like they really have found their place for reaching out to the different resource. Is that right? So that is my final piece of advice, Teo, and not be afraid to look communities that your campus has. It sounds kind of cliche, but it's kind of the best way that you can feel a sense of belonging at university and that we said, rice. Regardless of what you like as a community for everything and even the people that are as artist Acre as into this thing, because I am, I'm still really good friends with all of them. Ah, no, I'm just really glad to be at this university. I really thought that you could join me on this tour, and I hope that you consider race for coming to college because it's really fun, so I hope to see you here.