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Virtual Tours by Students
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Okay, so right now I'm outside of one of our two classroom buildings. It's right behind me, and I'm standing on Donahue Lawn, but just somewhere that when it gets a lot more murder, lots of people like to come hang out. The cool thing about going to a small school is that our students faculty ratio is fourteen to three. So for every fourteen cents, there's three faculty members, which makes it really easy to get in and see your teachers get help when you need it. So right now they're for lounge, don't you? Every floor has a lounge sitting area, so it's kind of nice, because in between classes, if I don't have a whole lot of time, then you could just come here. So a really cool thing about our two classroom buildings is that thie too mean ones. Donahue, Menaker are actually connected by a bridge. Someone to take you across the bridge from Donahue, where we are right now in tow. It has the Communications department, the lit department, the biology department, the CAM department. A lot of her ample theater style classrooms are in here. It's a little bit newer, and it has a lot of our science labs, and it was a typical electric classroom. I'm early, obviously no interior, but this is what they look like in majors classes. You probably have eight to fifteen people and nah, majors. This is one of our amphitheater style classrooms right before class is about to start. So it's a lot bigger and a lot of causes that need a lot more space or in here, it's great. You're still able to stay close to people because it's such a small campus.