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So we're at the rec center on our campuses do it recreation center, which is free for all students to exercise or do whatever he wanted to hear. But we have three Jims on campus, so we have one in the Chinook student center, which is on a hill side of campus, while the rec center is more on ly the full central campus area video. This is very important. I didn't know that till this year. Okay, And I'm a junior. Parking is ninety minutes free. Don't have to pay. Yes, he's put your license plate in. Yes. So if you somehow are freshmen, have a car you can park in the parking lot for free for an hour and a half, and the third term we have on campus is in the Stevens So at the rec center we have fitness rooms for private classes, racquetball courts, elliptical in cardio machines, bikes, a strength training area stretching area. Structuring You're Here, by the way, is two floors. I'm an indoor track, indoor pool, three indoor basketball courts, a swells, the climbing wall and some extra space for other sports like indoor soccer. We also have outdoor tennis cards, a full size in your track and outdoor primal chorus. Lack Lina Challenge course and playing feels so. This is the second gym we have at the Chinook student center, which has a more cardio and weight room as fellas like a strength training area and then private So here for your resident starting account. That's what Artie is. You get three options. Uh, each different amounts to the first level is like the smaller amount, and that's for when you only want to eat the dining hall because you're typically spending last money. It's more like forty six dollars if you're buying it here because you get a huge discount forty percent off. So if you only want eat dining halls, that's typically the recommended level. The second level, which I have is for half dining halls, have other places. So if you like together down in public office like they go to the market or Einstein's or Carly Desert Flicks Cafe. Um, and you spent an equal amount of time eating at both places tonight's recommended it level. And then the third one, which is like the most money, is if you're typically eating in the market or like Einstein's or places that aren't dining halls because you don't get discounts in most places. So you've to pay full price for things. Um, so if you are, like not a dining hall fan, I recommend that, Well, uh, my roommate hasn't level, and she's like never in the dining car like I never see her come here. She always goes toe the mark it And like Feinstein says, she eats there and she loves that one. Because she is. It just fits her perfectly. So it all depends on what you wants is a person. Okay, some more tips. So, um, there are three dining halls here. There is Southside Hillside in North Side kind of self explanatory because that's part of campus there on here in North Side, like the different food options we have. Or is this your side? There's a little cafe here to like, right next dining home gets it in the dining hall, but, like, Separate. There's Einstein's bagel place in the market, and I'll take a video of that and show you guys because I go there all the time. I want like just some snack stuff or like my own food. But I can make. The Marquis is more of like the organic kind of healthier options for market food. Hillside Any home way go there a lot to surprisingly because its next mostest one. It's like just up the hill from us. They have the best pasta, and they have kind of more like different options for food. If you're not really into like the food here, um, and they have a market to, and it's not the standard market like the gas station feel kind of, and they have a little cafe in there, too, On DH, then South side. I've been there a couple times. It's not my favorite place to eat. And I think people who live on South Side would agree. Self in any hall is yet they have him there's like the dining hall, and then, you know, they want Yeah, so anyways, South one is not my favorite place to eat. I definitely prefer hillsides are so actually like eating a hillside north, right south side. I avoid it if I can. But underneath South Side is a little cafe called Flex, and they have pizza. They have amazing milkshakes, all sorts of food, little marketplace in there, and everyone I know love studying there and getting food there. And the cool part about Flix is they're open till one in the morning. It's like one of the only places here that's open that late. And not only are they open Toe one, they also delivered. So if you've been up studying and you're hungry, everything else is closed. You could always order pizza from there or wings. They deliver it to your dorm room up. Another late night option is the market, and I signs. But that place can get really crazy, especially on the weekends. If you kind of just want to chill, definitely recommend ordering flicks. And then there's also some places to eat in the car. I'll show you video of those, um, indifferent video. And my friend places Carlitos is a Mexican food place. It is so like it's though I Yeah, I only key cities from there because I kind of think you food. I love them so much. Okay, other tips to food. If you eat any of the three down and calls, you get a forty percent discount when you use your idea. And that is amazing because it's like super cheap food. Really good. I love being discounts on food. Hi. My name is Zoe Conger. I am a junior and my major is apparent. I decided to come to Ws you because it was one of only four schools in Washington state that actually had my program. And I felt that it had the best programme of all of the colleges that looked at my favorite part about W s U is the, uh, connections and friends that I've made, uh, through campus life and my program. My advice for incoming freshmen would be to know that it is very fun when you first come here. But also, it is it's really hard at first because it's a huge transition from what you're used to and now and then being on your own. So just like you wear that like, it's not gonna be the most easy transition. But eventually it'll be It'll be awesome. And you really love it. My guys. So I'm here with my friend words. She's a freshman and she's taking me into the hillside dining hall, which is looking. I'm located on the hillside part of campus. It's resides inside Omar Davis fall like a residence hall for all women, and it's right across the street from across. He can read it done, and Stevens. So it's really close to all the dining, all of them. Dorm's very. So when you first walk into the left, they have a salad bar. And then they have the chef's creations, which is where it changes every day. They have stonewall pizza, the big cat grill. And then they also have another section, which is like a city of are often times. The hillside. Dying also houses the hillside market. So if this was an in person to her, we would want to look at some notable areas on campus. And this is the first one called the Mall the Moss to believe the busiest part of campus as is the center. And it also houses the cub, which is the tsunami in building the library and some common academic buildings. And that's all in addition to our new art museum. So not only does the cub have a lot of like lounge area, it also has a long study areas. There's a twenty four hour stay lounge. It's most known for the bookie, which Isa, Starbucks and Apple Store and like school supplies. And then it also has a food court with different food places. My favorite to go Teo is freshens, which has smoothies and frozen yogurt and that sort of thing. If we had down the hill from the mall, we arrived Martin Stadium and the Cougar statue, which I think is the most photographed places, far as abuse to stoop to her skill. And then if you had south from the stadium, you get to the heart statue and the skybridge is which is the main room transportation for students who live on the Southside in Gannon, Goldsworthy or Libya. Okay, guys. So here I am with my roommate, Kirsten Kirsten, could you introduce yourself and tell them what your major is? My name is Kirsten, and my major is education. Ah. Could you describe the student body at the school? Well, we have, like, a really great community at the school. I feel like everybody cares for each other. And everybody, like, really goes out of their way to be polite and kind to each other. Ad. It's really easy to make friends cause, like everybody is kind of like the same situation. We're role in this, like tiny college town. And like, we're all together in And we all just want to have, like, the best time possible. Yeah. Why did you choose to come to the school? Well, I choose to come to the school because, um, I really want to go out of state. I'm from California originally, and coming up here and again, it's like that community feel. I just came up here and I felt so at home with, like, everybody and how supportive all the people here were. And like all the great things I heard about the school and they have great programs and academics. Already. I'm Aidan Girl Minor. I'm a sophomore at Washington State University, and I'm don't majoring in English and journalism and meet your production and mining in digital technology culture. So I chose Washington State University, primarily for the major and for the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication. Houthis is broadcast production, so I get to do what I love and I get to study it. I'm gonna be writing is to write for the day, so let's get started. So my advice for incoming freshman, I'm going to any college, not just Washington State University would be to try new things that you want usually gravitate towards. Putting yourself out there is scary, but usually things that are worthwhile are not easy. So I would recommend trying a bunch of different clubs. The beginning ofyour like school here you don't usually try. I've been trying a lot of them, so you could figure out where you fit and where your place is on campus. I would also recommend introducing yourself to your purest of people in class. People you walk by just people that you get a good vibe from, you think could be in your care could be a potential like friend or acquaintance. Um, so just being like, hey, my name's Aidan, what's yours is always a great start. And the third thing that I don't think is worth like very often talked about is introducing yourself to your professors and help out valuable that Khun B, because developing relationships were professors, at least for me, has really enriched my college experience. Having relationships with your professors can provide you with job opportunities and connections as well as having that reliable person to go to for advice. I know for me, When I was a freshman, I was like, Oh, my gosh, my parents aren't here and I ws you specifically It's a college town. So there's you know, college is the town, which means there's a lot of young people and not a lot of older people. So it was really nice to have to know that I had adults that I could rely Seven. Why? What? What? No. So.