Meet Mkenzie and see a room is Russell hall!
Tour GuideBethany Luke
Russell is one of the academic buildings on campus, this was taken right after our shared Sociology class. Makenzie shares her love for people and explains what academics are like at Samford. She is an RA and sophomore here at Samford, and a Human development major from Florida! She loves the community at Samford, but wishes we could have a few more bulldog bucks-which will be offered next year!
The following is an computer-generated summary of the video transcript.
Were actually break out into groups and talk through different activities. We even watched music videos on the project that's up there last week and discuss the different social aspects of it. Then McKinsey's going to answer some questions for us. OK, what do you think academics were like at Sanford? Well, they're hard, but it's like, good. I definitely feel like Saber is helping us to prepare for, like, our jobs and career paths. It's in, like, the best interests of us as students. Once you graduate, you're definitely recognized from graduating from Sanford, which requires the work beforehand. Hey, what do you think somebody is like here, Sanford? Well, I feel like I was just the best because we, like, are such community safer. It has such a great community here, and you get to meet really awesome people. It's just because it's a smaller school. You're able to see people more often, which allows you to build closer relationships. Then what's the favorite thing that you have about Sanford people? I, how many friends I have in all of people admit on It's really cool because my friends from all over the country, and so it's just been fine meeting people. Yeah, and maybe you're not so for everything about same foods. Probably that we don't have enough books just like spend at other places like you have fine signs into play and Mose and and another coffee shop.