Darcy describes the St. Andrews Campus | Campus Tour 2019
Virtual Tours by Students
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St Andrews is quite a unique campus one, because it's got so many Americans and Brits on people from all over the world so that cultures always clashing on DH, combining themselves as for the town itself. I mean, the school is six hundred plus years old, the town fast and Andres is even older. I mean, it's an old fishing village with now X number of golf courses where X number of celebrities come to play. So you do have the good old fashioned fishing village type aspect. You do have that sort of new like wealth and technology coming to combine everything, especially with the university you can't really know. Combined technology was something that students trying to learn. The cutting edge of everything, um, so comparing things like our modern library to them, the couple stone roads right outside of it. I mean, that's unique in its son respects June housing is fantastic. I mean, they're from one end to the other, that mostly massive large stone buildings that look like they're hundreds of years old because they are on DH accommodation quality is just brilliant. I mean, I had a massive room bigger than my room now, and I pay more for it on. They do give you everything you need, including computer rooms, reading rooms, libraries pretty much everything that you could possibly need those dorms give Tio on. Like I said, I looked like that hundreds of years old, because, um, the town is lovely because you do have so many new shops along with just like market. So we have like a fresh food shop that's on one street and then a crowd on the other or a Starbucks compared Tio, a local deli. There's the new and the old on DH thie, local and the corporate. I think that Sandra was a really good job blending everything together on DH. It's a town that quietness, they has everything.