Virtual Tours by Students
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So behind me is the drill field divides the campus from their resident or side and the academic side so meaning all the fresh man's and anyone else that lives on campus basically has to cross this drill field every day. It's not that bad. When I did as a freshman, the only topic. It wasn't bad. So I guess this would be also a good time to explain, like the weather of Blacksburg and bridging attack. Because we're in the mountains, we experience like weird rapid weather changes. It's like there's this one week during the spring semester where we expand like four different weathers out one time. The third day, it was like eighty degrees out and really hot. It's like If you don't like the weather here, just wait five minutes and it will change. So basically when you try impact, pack everything to need, not just for the season, because you never know what's going on. You never know what the weather is going to be tomorrow. Few friends and I like put up mechanic and just like around under the trees, drank some bubble tea and like crazy. This is also like a really nice place to just hang out because I know during, like Paul and like end of spring, people would come out, play soccer, Frisbee, flag football with their friends and there's definitely more than enough space, yeah.