Day in the life
Virtual Tours by Students
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How's the food at the cafeteria? It's actually looking pretty good today. Do you have a lot of options? Uh, do they got they got a few options? Depends on the day I spent with you. Yeah, they also do deserts over here, and that makes up for all of time actually looks really good today. Then over there they have Chinese food for you, and then they have more options. I am east, and I'm here with my roommate Mary, and she's gonna give you a little run down. Uh, what goes on here yet? So this is I am east, smaller of the two facilities. I know that you have seen I am west or east, so that is a track right up there to run around them. Right? And then there are some other rooms around here. That's unprofessional of Yeah, this volleyball over there as well. Really? They got you taking care of here when it comes to sports for sure. Um, it's like a really quick walk from, like, anywhere and East neighbor, but like, River River Trail, that's super cool. Oh, and then there's that other sports that you like throw softer hoops. They also have credit here, but yeah, so that's I am east. Now, I'm and we're taking a little break from classes today. Um, yeah, this is civically what college kids do when they have free time is, uh, well, for our room we have Mario Kart because I personally love Marty, and I'm playing on my free time. Teo, there's other video games that they do like on X box or in a fortnight is huge. Yeah, it's It's nice when you have free time during the day glasses where you can just stop it, hang out with some friends? Yep. You have? I'm here with my friend brought and she's going to tell you a little bit about what goes down on game day. So we are here on our behalf before the game starts because we are coming in it there. Are Gotti like just walking around? There's so many people, so many people from you about which really is not fun. When you get here early, you could get a really good C and you can see, like, the whole stadium and, yeah, go grid. We'll give you guys a little look on, uh, what we're looking at no. These are all the students over here way have pretty big student section, which is really great. So we're actually in the international centre right now, which is located in basically, they're on the middle of campus. Um and I have a guest with me today, and this is Ben. Um, so the first question is introduce yourself and explain why you chose to come to Michigan State. It's about twenty five minutes from here, So I grew up in that in the area. That was part of the reason why I chose to come to embassies because grown up coming to the campus. It's always been campus that can Anders into the rest of the community in the surrounding city. Okay, so our second question says, described this student body, uh, at Michigan State University. Student body is very diverse on it's huge, and that might seem daunting at first. Be able to explore all those different groups of people, the black front, other different people on campus. Then question number three, uh, says, what's your major and describe the academic climate. Major's global studies in the arts and humanities that's in College of Arts and Letters stand academic climate here is one of learners, but also more just about being people together. We're just trying to reach a common goal, like helping out in society. I think a lot of times in college, sirs emphasis of just trying to, like get the grades. Here it's a little different because it feels like we're tryingto trying to go for something larger and misuse all about, like the big picture going for something huge. What's your favorite and least favorite part about Michigan State and why? My favorite part about Michigan State is the groups, especially the campus ministries. Groups on campus that helped make the campus seem small, Uh, and really helped Teo help me to find, like my place here. The worst part about campus is that because MSU so big some things, or did you approach sometimes like talking to administration about like, say, I have a housing question? It's hard to know maybe who to talk to sometimes or to approach that that question because there's so many people in such a big place, it's like, Where do I go? But I think I miss you does a good job.