Virtual Tours by Students
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This building has a lot of our international policies, and unlike politics, those kind of classes and it's right in between the library. So you'll see up here that's actually a walkway where you can go from the library into Reese tunes. So when it's super cold out, which was like thirty degrees here, that's how cold it gets of that. Then you can just go from the library and Therese Tones just super nice. Now that we're standing inside of re stones, you can totally tell within this building that it's about international relations and politics. On this wall, you can see a bunch of different languages because all the way up saying knowledge is power because they're here to learn and to change the world over here, you can see there's just a bunch different fax about. I think there's things got like water and energy, so just things that are really in a change our world, including the sustainable energy. I have a friend on DH. He's really engaged in politics, and he takes a lot of classes here. So this is the bass, or if you look up, you can see a bunch of people studying. I lovette studying in re stones because always so clean and tidy. So this is Ri Stand there's to study over there and right, I went out and just reserved So one of my favorite parts about re stones is the stallion's that restrains hats. Teo Classrooms that are super technology, logically savvy resends has great city rooms. You can see there's writing on these walls on that because a lot of the walls and here are credible. So there's white walls that you on here, too, and you'll see a TV in that study room. Um, it and you can have your computer to the TV to seizing a WiFi code, which is super easy and great for group projects.