Virtual Tours by Students
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So Andrew here is here to explain to us the corps of Cadets and its role in, and, um, well, the Corps of cadets is kind of the backbone, I guess, of the university. Everyone that was in the university was a cadet up until nineteen sixties and nineteen seventies. Kind of when it kind of started a shit what it is today. It really serves a role, as, you know, kind of holding a law that traditions, you know, keeper, the spirit, that kind of stuff. What's your major? I'm a forensic investigator. What's your favorite part of a team? Uh, my favorite part of a DM is a tradition in ways that silver taps because I feel like it has means a lot. You know, those who have passed away left students? Yes. Over taps is the stood body's final tribute paid to Maggie at the time of his death for death, was enrolled in undergraduate graduate classes a text saying him. Uh, basically, it's a way of honoring students who have passed away. What is your favorite tradition? But that is that is your tuition. Now I feel like the Aggie Network really likes everyone together.