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Virtual Tours by Students
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Really? I didn't know anything about the school before accepting, which is kind of crazy, But my parents and parents friends just told me You go to this school and like, you put in work, gonna make connections, and you're gonna get the job that you want to get. So it really was a no brainer for me after hearing that from everyone that went to an Amber knows about it. The first thing that I think is the student body being friendly as a whole on also diverse. Not a lot of people will go into psychology and having a job that's specific to that are doing research for sight. I'm in immense organization in a service organization, and there's really just like opportunities to do all kinds of things. If you if you want to do something and you can start a club where you can join it, So I think that's that's cool was the second part of the question least favorite part of the least favorite. At the same time, you can, like, break down that barrier by going to your professor's office hours more on bits, really, just what you want to get out of it. So I chose text saying them for for the traditions for the student life, you know, and the prestige. You know, it's one of the best colleges in Texas, and I want on my student tour and and really felt at home here. So what I could say about in and on his people is that everybody's just unbelievably friendly in the sense that, like, I know, like, I hear that, like on the east Coast, you know, you can't You can't be saying like what's that? The people are just randomly on the street. You know, if you got any questions about where something is on campus, like they have glad Feli help you having on that. You know, the hospitality is definitely really day now, but also, I think that's just a part of, like, the embodiment of the Aggie family, which is something that we really believe in today in them. You know, it's reflected through the hospitality. When you're on campus, it's reflected when you're off campus and when you're looking for a job, usually got frag ese, it's Ah, that's a really big thing around here. Then it's even reflected afterwards when we have things like Muster, where like we honor Agnese, who since graduated a long time ago but in the past way in the past year or so, there's a lot of Aggie family traditions and a lot of a lot of that. A lot of spirit that block, right? You get here, it gets them right right in here, spread through your whole body, just in that, Uh, yeah, I agree with everything, he said. You know, the hospitality is definitely really day now, but also, I think that's just a part of like the embodiment of the Aggie family, which is something that we really believe in. Today in them, and you know, it's reflected through the hospitality. It's Ah, that's a really big thing around here. There's a lot of Aggie family traditions and a lot of a lot of that. A lot of spirit, huh? All right, you get here, it gets them right right in here. We have every like every week or two weeks we have, like a like a luncheon on our buildings long, we're like a company will come in like, you know, talk to us and everything. It was provide, like Corinne knows, or any any cake topper catering. I don't know if any other majors have like a specific, close knit culture like Idea does. So that's something I'm very happy to be a part of. So that's awesome, because it's sort of like gives our school in extra prestige, and it gives you a good opportunity to be around like, you know, some really relevant history and stuff. There's a lot of really prestigious professors there and a lot of cool opportunities for you to do research and for your work on campus and for you to take a lot of really interesting classes. Question is what's my favorite part of a new and least favorite part of them and why? So we'll just start with least every part. I would say that you really have to get involved in order to have, Ah, consistent friend, because everybody has. Yeah, everybody has very busy schedules and, like no one really has time to be hanging out with friends and just meet on campus and stuff like everybody. I mean, right now we have, like, sixty thousand people on campus, and I'm sure, like, you know, from all the people they're alive and still Aggie is theirs upwards of a million. I know I mean, just based off of traditions that we have here in the culture that we have here, it doesn't just stop on campus. I think we're really good at track and like soccer, too. There's a ton of different like events for you to go to as a part of the student body that we really get involved, like in our sports. So there's It's really easy for you to find something to get involved in, and it's cool to have like that involvement. You know, like it makes you a little bit busier. It's kind of good to be busy sometimes, you know, especially with something that you can really like, invest your time in. The students on campus are so friendly, everyone wants to talk to everybody. It's that's an aspect of student life that I really like. So that's why student life is probably my favorite thing about university.