Virtual Tours by Students
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So let's cover some frequently school specific frequently asked questions. Don't go to school in a rule town, a suburb or a city. How does that impact experience? So I would say call the station is its own city. It's a college town, and the predominant amount of people here are college students. I think the other mountain people are people that live like just a normal city folk living Brian. Then you have like a lot of old eggs that come back to and and you know, after they graduate, like, you know, fifty years ago and they live in like, South College Station, you know, out and remote locations. You know, it's like there's, like, sixty thousand people here. You're bound the people that you know, you're bound to see them like you're going to see them at some point within, like a given month. Or, you know, whenever it is like, you run into people that you know all this time it's a very close, and everything is right by each other, like you're goingto round accost past with people. How is that how you feel about that? Well, I like there's a college town, you know, my age, my age, demographics around me. I just like the diversity of having you know, other ages, like, you know, families, young adults around me like I like the idea of like living in Austin or, like a big city, kind of excites me. That is like like all aspects of life to be interacting with me and around me. Okay, second question is, Do I go to a small medium or large university? And how do I like that? So I would say our schools for sure. A large university think they're sixty thousand plus kids here, and I think that's like, has the top ten in the nation and its growing It's justcause constantly growing on trying to this twenty five twenty five. So it's it's basically had twenty five thousand engineers in the School of Engineering by twenty twenty five, which I'm actually not so found Fonda because of my dilute our degree, but I mean, I like the idea of having a lot of kids here, but it's going to be a problem because the road infrastructure, like all stations that have the highways, the road's capabilities to expand their the road infrastructure tio to be ableto handle that many kids coming in so in traffic here is already insane. This town, built for this town was originally for a country town, and slowly, this expanded. I think it's getting to a point where it's going, not going tto handle that much traffic. I don't mind having a big school, but I think the infrastructure is not going to handle it. So the third question is, How's the weather? Other four distinct seasons is just one season, two seasons. So I would say College station and generally the whole Gulf Coast Reason has about to moderate scene. It starts to warm up towards March, but it's still cold, like still be cold. For most part, cold fronts will still be coming in and you'll have your days actual spring and I'll come up and eventually that all fades away as you go into April May. And it just gets hot like it's ridiculous, like it's steadily one hundred degrees here. You'll be sweating for no reason, even though it's like seventy out like it is right now. Then so you have summer from like, April away through September, maybe even in talks over you'll have a crazy heat. Then around October, November, that's when you know, he kind of starts to die down. You know, you get your little flashes of winter. I mean, I would say there's two seasons you need toe toe, have cold quote closed for cold weather on his clothes for form. Whether it is no, but most of all, most of time is going to warm. The cold fronts We'll just come in sporadic impulses.