Meet Frankie, Rachael and Emma! | Campus Tour 2019
Virtual Tours by Students
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I'm from Philadelphia and I'm on duty, Major. I really like the program, And I like a small camp. I really like the sense of community a saw the first day I might work. Like I thought the facilities were like nothing like any other school that I saw. What's your least favorite part of screens? Kind of the middle of nowhere. It's so all over the place, you know, Um Oh, can you describe, like, your version of the student body and academic climate on campus very much. If you don't hold the door the right way, then you will be called for at least thirty minutes. Got languages, right? I definitely agree on the front about the faculty. Yeah, I tell you, Very caring and pretty opened other people, like, willing to be friendly with everyone. How would you describe, Like, the economic climate in general, Maybe outside of our major. Just overall high expectations, low expectations also wear high expectations on your class is like, definitely push you and R probably, like, harder than like some others go, Teo. So if you ever find yourself Stribling, they try to make an impact to get you to. Where you going today? Yeah, I think with classes even like outside of our major. I've noticed that because the professor's now it's like a Jesuit institution. They really push you to be the best you can be and are trying to help you a person. Can you talk about what it means to be a Jesuit institution, any of you. Leave It means to care for the whole person and to put yourself I don't like your best person forward. How do they put that until, like the curriculum? Um, every class involves treasure, wit, values in somewhere another. Like for our ot classes, we have a service based learning component. Take religion classes and philosophy classes, liberal arts education. Here, you kind of growing character instead of just academically on they Did you shape you be a man or a woman for others, And then you guys all went on a national service trips because you guys tell me where you went, how the whole process wass like, what was your part? What you take from it. It was a little scary for X. We're freshmen all applied, and you're going like talking visually and answer questions. Like we made it past the Asian part, Andi started getting to know your group like meeting and stuff. Get to know new people and just like I feel you like became more respectful. It's like like I'm not very cliche, but my trip was like like. Oh, I went to Ecuador, anyone? Um, We both went to Ecuador, and I have never really flown a lot. It was my first time out of the country, but definitely not I, like, helped you understand that the world isn't what you experience on the day to day basis. It's a lot more than that, like people have different lives and what you live every day. So it really helped me to understand that the worlds is outside of our very small country. Yeah, going on without it really helped me to put myself in other people's shoes for our country. Like with everything going on like it really helped me to see from their perspective, for at least what I hope to be seeing from their perspective, the struggles that they go through, even just like communicating. We had some trouble with the language barrier here and there, so I definitely got a feel for how that can be so frustrating for people. I thought the application process wass like practice idly kind of coal. It was definitely intimidating as freshman, like I hate interviews in general. So the fact that we were told we had to do an interview was a little scary, but it ended up being not that bad. The pier facilitators, We're helping us with it. So it was a girl that's the writing was not too bad either. It was your spy shop with white hair and that I realize it wasn't right. I got something right on any last words that I said incoming freshmen or someone is trying to make their college decision go with your gut. Don't hesitate to get involved from the get go. It's, like, really scary and definitely understand that, but like, don't don't hesitate on it.