Take a tour of Regents Hall
Virtual Tours by Students
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So we're here in front of Regents Hall of Natural Sciences. If you can props to you and you can see just big, beautiful, building all those windows. If you look behind me, you can see Old Maid, the oldest building on campus. That's where a lot of our religion department is housed, some on the fourth floor of Regents Hall. As you can see, there is a wicked view out this window. This is one of my favorite spots to study that's also get easy to get distracted by all the people walking by the class and that just a killer view right there. So I basically end up living in regions in between classes for most of the day because there's somebody get study spots and because, as a biology major in premed is doing, I take somebody classes here. If we walked to the other side, we've got this other massive study space and Kevin and across from me you can see our greenhouse and a lot of archaeology and botany glosses. Do some work in there and just a very good place to think we'll head in there. So we're here in the greenhouse, and it is toasty. I think I just get distract because there's so much cool stuff. His other sections get plants from all over the world.