Student athlete interview
Virtual Tours by Students
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Can you tell me a little bit about why you chose us? I think that shows that you because of the campus, Really? I think it's a beautiful and everything so accessible, and everything's just right there for you and also the town around it. At Ridgeville, there's so much to do so much to see, and there's a lot that you could benefit from there. Honestly, I think St Louis, being in such close proximity opens a lot of doors, whether it be for other fun stuff to do or for internships of or for any kind of major. Can you tell me a little bit about campus culture, both socially and academically? I think campus culture is kind of cool because every day you see people socially that you don't know. You also see people that you do know, like it's a good mix of, like you see faces that you do know very often, but you also see new people that you didn't even know when here. So it's kind of a cool experience to get the best of both worlds think and the culture academically. I think many of us to inspect the work hard, and they use their resources to their advantage, whether it be study rooms, studentssuccess thinner printing areas, computers in the library. I think the academic culture is William Ian, but also hard working at the same time. Is it hard to balance athletics with school here? No. If you put your if you work your time right and make your schedule right and you manage your time correctly, I personally have been able to do very well in my classes and also have a good time for myself and also have time. What are some of the pros and cons of attending a sake youI? The only con I didn't think of this. Illinois weather is so unpredictable it could be sixty on Thursday and to on Saturday. That's all ways, and it makes the work's kind of unpredictable undressing, kind of unpredictable. I mean, you're gonna get that with me, whether regardless of Fort St. But there's so many pros we have lots of resource is whether it be as an athlete, as a a person who isn't half. You wanted to be there for you, wanting to help you succeed. I think that's a big pro and everything so accessible here, like I spoke on earlier, everything so here and so close. If you had a name, something unique about Sayuri, what would it be? I think it's the campus, like in general. It's one of the largest campuses in America, but you don't really get to see that too much. There's the gardens, there's the trails and you get to see the wildlife, which is really cool. Sometimes during the winter you look back around your residence halls or you drive through. You can conceive through the trees without believing, Is he the best expansion that this campus actually goes? And it's really cool to see that we have so much area, so much potential to use it. Okay, I'll let you go get back to studying or basketball. If you had any advice for your senior yourself, what do you think it would be? Oh, enjoy it. What it's thinking and know the hard work you've done to get there because it's worth it. It's gonna make life something that you've made a good choice for you.