Sarah talks about the location and size of wheaton
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Dinner, but I thought I'd take you along and tell you a bit about three. It's about it's under three thousand underground, so it's not very big at all, and it's just a really taking me. I think fifty are the most ever on one dorm Florida time and the camp classes are really small, and it's just really nice tight community. I think I already said that, but really, it's so making my point. Yeah, so it's small, but it's also in a really convenient location. So Wheaton is based about forty minutes outside of Chicago, and there's a train station, which is about to he blocks away from campus. You can just hop on the train and go right into the city, which is super convenient. Yeah, you can also help on the train, the other direction. There's pretty much just suburbs and cornfields after that, so I'm not really gone in that direction. It's really nice and you can get to a lot of different places because of the location. With your written account, you get a membership to the Art Institute of Chicago so you can get into their for free, which, if you take the train down to the city, you can just walk straight down to the institute and then on and get in for free, which is a really awesome bonus, tohave students and interacting with different things in this city since it is smaller and we're in more of a suburban town.