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This was not car curio Qi like you made up thought it was. This was our third and final interview. Hey, So how about you tell him a little bit about yourself as me? Hey, my name is as me. I am a senior here at Ole Miss, and I'm majoring and exercise science and they're saying Cool, cool, cool. Can you tell us a little bit? I guess about nursing in your major and what that looks like. Okay, so I'm getting my degree and, uh, exercise diet, and I'm using that to get into nursing because, you know a lot of the prerequisites for exercise science, you know, nursing schools look at. So that's why you know, me and a lot of different people choose exercise science, you know, to go into, you know, different. Like professional school, like a lot of occupational and physical therapist. So I guess what? What size with that look like for your classes and for your school of my classes. There's like it just depends on the class, but they're actually really small. You know, your freshman classes and stuff like that because you're actually getting into your major causes. You're with other people who, you know are passionate about your major as much as you d'oh Cool. So with being from Oxford, I guess what made you come to old mrs Because you were born a rebel, always a rebel with that kind of thing. So that's one of the things that, you know, come in tow. Almost that I looked at was not only is it close to home, but it's such a reputable school, you know, to get Teo, you know, and I'm very thankful to you have, you know, lived in Oxford and Justine. Many of the different things that had to offer prior for to me going to school. You've seen all of all of this from when there are only just a few students to now, The large amount of students that are here. So how can you describe our student population? Exactly. It's growing really fast, so yeah, like I've just noticed a difference. Especially like for my freshman year to my senior year. You know, illness is constantly changing, constantly growing not only the student body, but the construction. Like there's always a new building coming, uh, pavement being paved or anything like that. Okay, so with that, I guess since you've seen on this and all the different sides of it, what's been your favorite and I guess least favorite part of Ole Miss Exactly. Like, I love how, you know Ole Miss has kind of been home regardless and that, you know, it's not as big of a school as you know, other SEC schools that there are, and they're and its home and stuff like that. Sasha and I guess your least favorite part would be the construction because you'd get used Thio going one way Hey, to class. Then all of a sudden, you couldn't go that way anymore because it's plot to conserve, building something different. With a lot of constant changes. That means, like progression and with more progression means more students. So I guess with that being said, what would be your one thing that you want to say that anyone is thinking of coming told Miss are thinking of just like coming for a visit. What would you say you will not regret? It, uh, going, almost basically, like coming home. You, our family, No matter if it's the faculty, if it's the students you know, everyone's willing to help anybody, just ask, Thank you so much as me problem. Everyone, this is the final interview that we have and hopefully we see a little bit more campus later on. Let's say thanks as me and he's on the next time.