Final Goodbyes/Find Yourself | Campus Tour 2019
Virtual Tours by Students
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So I wanted to do one last video for you and just kind of wrap things up. So it's a little late, and I wish I could walk you through every single moment of what the college life is like for a week or a month, and I wish I could show you all of the memories, but unfortunately, I don't have that kind of time. I think the biggest thing that I have gained from this is that we're all still awkward college students. That's the main thing I got out of everyone in every single video that I shot, every single person that you probably saw se anything on camera. The first words out of their mouths when I asked them if they help me out was, But I'm super awkward and I think the biggest heart, too. Remember when you're coming to college? Is that everyone super awkward? We're all still trying to find ourselves, and a lot of us are having fun. Hold doing it and just kind of accept that about yourself, except that you're going to be weird, except that you're going to be awkward in a multitude of situations and definitely like hided with filling these videos. Throw yourself out there because you never know what kind of look she'LL get. You also never know what you'LL find out just by doing something. I think that's kind of part of the experience, part of finding yourself and figuring out who you are, and you can't do that. So push the limits, do something crazy, do something awkward. Get some weird books and it's okay because you're so a lot of point in your life where you can do that and you're probably not going to mess anything up majorly yet. Go into your college life no matter where you're going and definitely explore everything. Go join a club that you've never even heard of. Goa film yourself running around campus and get those weird looks, maybe even capture. Those were looks on cameras and make those memories because in the end, that's all you're gonna have to hold on to for these four years. When to leave, you have a piece of paper that says you've done something and the memories.