Academic buildings | Campus Tour 2019
Virtual Tours by Students
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One of the most important academic buildings for me in my time at Western has been the lead honors college. There are, I believe, three classrooms, a printing room, a kitchen available to all students in the honors college and a common room it gave the lounge. It's a very nice new building, and there are many. Resource is for the students who are eligible for the honors college and take advantage of everything that it has to offer. The kitchen includes a stove to cure aches and a fridge that you can store things in in the lounge also has a piano, couches and more study spots. Being in the honors college has been really great because it allows for my Jen. I get access to unique Gen EDs that students that aren't in the honors college get and I also get priority registration, which is nice. I get guaranteed the best spots in the classes that I want to take. There are also many resource is and connections outside of Western. College is always there to support you in whatever you need for your academic career, you have to get in twenty volunteer hours and go to some events. Your first year and the event, sponsored by the Honors College, are Ted talks and other mixing up events where you meet students in the honors college, and you just embrace learning about other cultures and other topics than what you're studying in your classes. So up next is the Burn hard center, which is in the center of campus. It's in the middle of campus by the crest and by saying grin, This is the lobby where different clubs and organizations meet because of all the space. There's also TV's that please sports and news all the time. This is inside the campus store, the Bronco shop, where they sell a lot of Western gear. Right below this, the floor below is Textbook Alley, where you compile your textbooks. That's part of the Bronco mall, which has some restaurants and a PNC bank, and this is inside the Bronco Mark one stop shop, the Burn. Her insider is also connected to Bigelow Dining Center, where it's in the center of campus, and it's the biggest dining centre And there's also a lot of clubs and different organizations that meat there. When it was time to vote, you voted on campus in a room on the second floor of Bernhardt Center. So there's it's a great just community center. While we're here, I wanted to show you the view from the top of Sprout Tower, so the building with the clock is where the library is. Behind that is sing grin and the Bernhardt Center, and this way is the rest of the fine arts, Claude. This is the front entrance, which will take us into the lobby, where you can talk to the box office about getting tickets to see all of the shows that Western puts on because they're awesome shows. This hallway is behind Shaw Theatre, which you will see right when we go down these stairs. This is our biggest auditorium, and across from it is Thie York Arena Theater, where we have a lot of students produced plays and musicals, and back behind that door is our scene shop. The Gilmore Theater complex is one of the the best places I love spending most of my time there, and I always have blast in my classes and with my classmates. So you should definitely support the arts no matter where you go to school. Western is definitely the best place to support the arts.