Virtual Tours by Students
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Pardon article hall, which everyone here just calls me Bart. So we have to Bartolo Hall, which is where the majority the classroom spaces on campus, the law school right in front of me. We have me Mendoza School of Business and the Barlow Performing Arts Center at the end of the lot. So I just jumped into deep bar, which has seventy three classrooms of all different sizes. So you could have anything from a film class to a history class, too, eh? Linear algebra class in de Bart and as an engineering student, a vast majority of my classes are in this building. It has the biggest lecture hall on campus, which can hold about four hundred sixty five people. It also has a computer lounge and a fun study lounge, which I will show you. So I'm right outside the bar, computer, lounge and lounge, and it's supposed to be quiet in there because people do work, but all give you walk through it and insider's tip. Tio taken naps because they have nice, big, comfy in bags. Like I said, it holds four hundred sixty five people. I personally have had one class in here, and it was a class that computer science majors, computer engineering majors and electrical engineering majors had to take, and the room was not even full. Thie teacher actually did a good job of getting participation from students, even in a huge lecture hall like this. Bye, randomly calling on people's names throughout the entire year. If you weren't here, don't get your attendance points, so I'll show you this lecture. Here is a seminar room in DiBartolo Hall, so it's pretty small. As you can see, it has a cool roundtable where the professor will normally sit at the end and everyone can just talk. This is often used for discussion sections, which are break offs from larger lectures. Nice days like today, Professor's sometimes have class outside, which you can see going on.