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So I'm here with my friend Dan right now, and he's gonna talk to you guys a little bit about more of the academic culture here. I'm a chemical engineering major with an intent to double in biochemistry. The result was Iowa is probably just because it's I mean, I think it's a great school, but you see, I'm also from Iowa, so it's a great deal to say in state tuition and pretty close to home. I just, you know, kinda fell off campus and culture they wanted. So what's your favorite part campus If you were part of campus, probably Penna Crest. You know, just really nice looking for a place to stay. You know, if you just walk downtown, it's right there. Uh, what's your least, Mark? At least here, I don't know if I have a least fair part about university. So you don't think it's like, two big, but I like the size of it. It is like so big sometimes that it just like so people would think it's like overwhelming, like there's too many people. It's hard to meet new people because it's like, well, like Dan and I are very different majors. I still see him all over campus all the time, just like so. Then he tells a little bit about like the academics, like the engineering department and find out how classes there classes are. They're a little bit disorganized engineering department, but for the most part, the run pretty well and everyone in the engineering department Super smart. I mean, for me, but for the most part, good students. A lot of them are just really driven, really focused on their academics and stuff like that. Didn't they just add on? Yeah, did just add on a whole new annex to the engineering department, which is really, really nice and, like the whole university in general, has a lot of new projects all the time. So in terms of length facilities, it's a really good place.