Virtual Tours by Students
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Like I said earlier, I am a chemistry minor and right here we have Montgomery Hall. That's where the introductions to chemistry take place. So a lot of the things that we do have pre Rex to them. Like, right now, I am in a chemistry one of five class where we don't actually get to mess around with. Any of the chemicals were just learning about chemical compounds and all kinds of stuff like that. When you get into the higher level chemistry's, you actually get to come into a lab sort of like this. You can see all of the stations behind me way have shelving human. It's full of whatever you need to do whatever project you need to do. So a lot of the higher level classes, they're going to be up here, people that are juniors or seniors that are minor and you're majoring in chemistry. You're going to be more of something like this, whereas I'm still stuck in a lecture hall because I'm a freshman. If we go further down this way you'LL actually get to see one of those lectures halls. Most of this floor is just labs and stuff because we have more upper class with me do lower class. This's where Professor usually comes up and talks. They either have a chalkboard or they have a white board available for different people, different types of people in different ways, of course. On every side of the classroom we do have a periodic table of elements, just in case somebody forgets to bring theirs to class. I can tell you my class only has about twenty five students in it, which is pretty average coming from, Ah, high school that only had about two hundred students in it.