Virtual Tours by Students
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So here is my good bye and final advice that I would give to shoot into our considering coming to our aid. Your college experience is going to be what you make of it. I would highly recommend joining a special interest house of any of them. You feel like a line with what you are interested in. If you're interested in deaf culture, learning and sell. So little floor is where you're exposed to that put yourself in spaces that you would want to be in. Find a place on campus for you feel supported, and that will help you get through the year. Um, at least once participate and some things that are part of campus culture go to like for us. We have go to spring fest at least one's good free space. They're usually free these things to do events held by clubs. At least try to go ask around, especially upperclassman and be like, Hey, what's fun to do? What did you do your refreshment or what's one to do that's easily accessible? And they'LL let you know like, Oh, there's this escape room that's here. Place the tear, ask questions, find things to do, look for things they do. Waste on wine and try to get off campus because campus isn't bad. It definitely is it. It's nice, but it's also nice to not be in this setting. Um, the mullahs nearby Marketplace isn't the best, but it's somewhere to go, and they have dogs there. Being authority can be really fun if you allow yourself to experience it and go in without being afraid. If you don't like hockey, do things within campus. Can't go to a hockey game, even if you don't particularly like. Those offense can be fine, and generally a lot of the stuff that's offered during that time. It's free if you want do humans versus zombies that, like whole Nerf gun thing? I don't understand that. It's not for me, but I might at least do it once before I graduate. Take that time to immerse yourself In this experience, you're only gonna be ableto have it really once college is going to be what you make of it, and you can choose what you want to make of it. Use your resource is to the best of your ability a lot of us, these things that you're going to hear from a lot of different people often so me telling you it may not help you in any way, but when you're at a school like ours, it can really benefit you. I hope that you learned at least one thing and that even if this tour maybe wasn't as helpful as you had hoped, it was entertaining.