Day in the Life of a Saint | Campus Tour 2019
Virtual Tours by Students
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I'm a psychology major, and I'm from Riverside, California My typical day usually starts with waking up and heading out of Spangler Hall, which is one of four residents holes. I'm a mentor on the North Sea floor, and the notion floors essentially just a leadership community on the first floor Spangler and as a mentor, I love my mentees. I check in on them every once in a while, and I also have a little flower outside my door says where I am in case I ever need me. There's a lobby, and then as you walk out, it opens up to a really beautiful courtyard with trees, and you see the occasional squirrel here and there. Then I walked over to the tub, and from there it's usually pull my favorite walk, especially in the mornings when the sun's like shining through the trees. I'm usually passing students and my friends where you were going to cost also, so I head over to the tub, which is where I worked because I'm on campus activity board or cab for short and where we usually plan all the events on campus. We kind of go over like what our role is on the lead part of the job and what we can do is support for the other events that are upcoming, and it's also a great resource for other students were looking for part time jobs as well. I usually see a couple of my friends and we sit there and we talked about, like, work things, and then also we catch up on homework and stuff like that. So after the tub, I head over to St Gertrude's Cafe, which is an old man at the very top of the grand staircase, which everyone loves walking up every morning and that I usually grab a cup of coffee. If time allows that I usually get a breakfast before class and I sit there, do homework, catch up with friends who are usually they're also and then from there, I go to class and go about my day. Hi, my name is Michael, ordered Johnson, and I'm a business major here at St Martin's University on the Signor Ana. I live right here in D. C. I'm a campus event coordinator here in the tub, and that is where I I'm in charge of creating flyers and planning events with the team's other campus event coordinators. I'm also a senator of business for the student government, and all the business students are my constituents. So any complaints are concerns that they have for the business department. I bring any of those concerns to the dean of business to find any resolutions. So when I'm done at the top by usually head over to earn it whole. Carter Hall is definitely one of the main social spots on campus, not only our most of my classes in there, but I can also grab coffee at the monks being and I can hang out in the study lounge. I could go upstairs to the Diversity and Equity center on There's also the veteran center that's on the second floor, so there's plenty of things to do that one of my favorite classes is Dr Powers Class. Dr. Power is one of my favorite professors here on campus. She is my advisor, and she teaches most of the marketing classes here on campus. So that's she's definitely become my mentor in a sense of helping me to know what I want. Usually like after school dances or big events, we usually typically go down two sherries down the street and we order pie shakes or ice cream sundaes with fries. So we usually do with all my friends, we get in my car and we kind of assumed down there.