Campus Tour of Destinations and Landmarks
Virtual Tours by Students
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This is the back of campus where Valley residents holes on Valley Dining Center is. This road we're about to turn on is the meaner that goes all the way around campus, and this is where the whale is, which is closer to the middle of campus. There's also administration of buildings and parking services and this roundabout for about past Trump Hall, which hosts multicultural events and lgbtq affairs and conferences in there as well. This up ahead is Miller Parking Structure, which is right next to Miller Auditorium, which hosts many concerts and Broadway tours. That's also right next to Gilmore Theater Complex, which is where I have most of my classes. The's are more buildings like Sprout Tower, where their teacher offices and study rooms. This is the library, which is right next to residence halls such as Draper Seed and the Burnhams. Two more residence halls and in the middle of campus right here is their safety team. They walk around campus and report anything suspicious, and this horse statues where we have, Ah, horse buried because go Broncos. This is also the recreational centre, and next is the Burn Hard center, which is one of the central locations on campus. Next to the Bernard Center is Sing Grand Hall in the Crest, which is a common meeting place and further down. Behind the crest are the flag poles, which are important for meeting during Welcome Week and other events during the year happened at the flagpoles like marches and free food giveaways and other stuff like that. So one of the places that's a part of Western Michigan's campus that they didn't take me on during my tour because it's not on the main campus. It's on East campus, his Heritage Hall, and it's actually in alumni building. It's just so beautiful, and it's on top of this bake hill every year at the beginning of the year. The Department of Theater has a kickball game there during Welcome Week, and it's so beautiful it overlooks the city of Kalamazoo, and it's definitely a place you should check out when you get to campus. Finally, I have my friend Sandor here to talk about our campus superstition. So this cut Teo video of the W is the W. Um and it's located right outside the library, and you better not step on it. Why? Because ofyou stuff on the W. You're most likely going to fail all of your exams for that semester. If you don't want to feel your groom's, you have to run to Miller felon, get a cup or somehow carry water to the whale. Then I got like in that region and you have to pour the water in the way.