Interview with ally!
Virtual Tours by Students
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Okay, guys, I'm here with Ali, and she's a student here at the U of a two. She's going to just tell us a little bit about her, you experience and just what it's like to be a student here at the U of A. Yeah, so I'm Alley. I'm a philosophy, politics, economics and law major with a minor in French. Um, one thing that I really do love about you ve is the campus life. So what you ve is better about that kind of a lot of other schools is just the look of the campus is beautiful. Reminds me of a musical to see that movie, but it looks exactly like the set of heist musical, too. There's palm trees there's like green brown is just beautiful you nor to that is a building here. It's like it looks like you're outdoors, but you're indoors. It's just really beautiful on there's this huge lawn area called the Mall. It's like a huge old maid building on a kerosene. That's where we have like lots of fun events like Spring Fling is coming up. Today is the largest student run carnival in the country. It's gonna be bouncy castles, dunk tanks, food games. So it's like we're the best, most fun things to go to. I No, No. One in my family was in a sorority before I came. So it's like the first generation of the first gal here. I, I really love it because not only are you made meeting three hundred fifty girls who are just like you, insure the same morals and values that care about school as much as you do. Not only meeting them, you could volunteer with them. So for Chi Omega are philanthropies make a wish Foundation s o. I really feel passionate about that foundation, and it really means a lot to me. So we have fun events like cocoa and cookies for Chiyo Walk for wishes, swishes for wishes, waffles for wishes So we just have so many events throughout the years raise money for this about and for this organization to go to parties together, you get to eat dinner together. I know it's a cliche, but like they are your sisters. We have like a huge Greek row with, like, mansion upon mansion of all the different houses. So it's just a really great experience, and it's been positive for me. I kind of have a hard, major philosophy, politics, economics and law, So I'm gonna have more like philosophical thinking. Class is a lot of like E. Khan and politics and a lot of like, writing and stuff. I really recommend having this major, so the classes really depends most. My classes are very small, so my one big lecture hall is EQ on two hundred, and the reason that causes so big is because it's a pre requisite for a lot of different majors. There are a lot of business majors, even like people of a minor and E consul will have to take that class of Deacon's a very broad class. I'm abroad like Major, so a lot of people have to take that. So I have about, like, four hundred people in that lecture hall. It's really big, but most of my classes have honestly twenty people in them, and I don't know that's just because of my major. Or if it's just because the has really small classes, I'm not sure. All I know is I really enjoyed that small class environment. Also the big Lecture Hall is kind of like the college experience that that makes sense. Like you walk in, there's three hundred people in there. You like, Oh, my gosh, we're gonna sit And then the teacher has like a huge microphone and he's like yelling at you and he can't under its a good class.