Campus landmarks and quads
Virtual Tours by Students
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Where did he go? It's also a tradition here at the U event. The rec center is pretty new, but to get there, you have to walk on this really cool place called the scholars Walk A lot of scholars that graduated from the U of M or had research that impacted the U of M and now they're being recognized for their findings. The hard Times Cafe is a really popular cafe here, and I would suit the landmark of West Bank. We're on the East bank of the Twin Cities campus, and this is the biggest claude of the campus where a lot of the classes go on. There's also boy in health services over here so you could get your flu shot or just like a check up. Usually I take the bus, but I was just driving my way home from work. Anyway, Um, so West Bank has had a pretty big part of my major plan here at the University of Minnesota because I'm an art minor. In addition to the major classes I'm taking in the School of Journalism, I'm also taking classes at Regis the Regis Center for the Arts here at the U of M. Also in West Bank is where the Carlson School of Businesses. So if you're a business major, a lot of your classes will be on West Bank. There are also some of the like Nish Library is here too Warm on West Bank is also the Rarick Center, which is a big place for theater.