Introducing me! @ cwru
Virtual Tours by Students
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Hi, My name is Dario Bernhardt, and I'm a rising sophomore case, Western Reserve University. I'm from Rochester, New York, and I had never been to a while before visiting the school, so it's been a real attorney for me. I'm studying theater design and technology as well as marketing a case, and I'm really liking it here. I met a lot of people and got involved in a bunch of things that have really helped me to develop who I am and be confident in that. I think case is a really good school for developing your academic growth, growing into who you want to be in, towards your goals for your career or your life. Whatever it may be, the school is around 5,000 students strong, and our motto is, Think beyond the possible, which is something that I really enjoy saying and trying to incorporate whatever I'm getting stuck on something and the campus is located in Cleveland, Ohio, and there's a lot to do around campus, and the school provides you with an RT a past so you can use public transportation. Plus, there's a thing called safe ride, which helps you to get around campus for free at night, and you can check out a bunch of the museums in University Circle, which is the area around campus. You can go to the each of those for free once a week, provided by the school. You can take a little bit of a ride and head over to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, which is amazing. They were goto a bunch of restaurants in the area around, and it's really so much to do. One thing I wanted to do is go to this restaurant on campus called The Jolly Scholar, which takes special swipes on the meal plan. I wanted to try every single flavor of milkshake before the end of my freshman year. I almost got there but didn't end up getting all of the shakes, which really shows you how much variety there is of different things. I will hopefully reach that goal by the end of this coming year. We're in one of the study rooms on campus, which has whiteboard balls so you can really just throw out all of your notes and see it really large and not get into your head. It can be hard here, but it is important to put in the time and effort to study. If you really put yourself to towards your goals, you can get there, which is good. I'm involved in a lot of groups on campus, including student government and the theatre productions on campus. I think those have really been really great for I think both of those have been really great for me because they've given me the opportunity to with theater developed to where I want to go with my life and with student government helped me to find and deliver my voice with, which is something you need as a life skill for any field. I think case really provides a lot of opportunities for you to develop yourself in those kinds of ways, and that's why, no matter what anyone says about it, I'm really happy here and I'm really I really love case and I'm really glad I decided to come here. I really love case and I'm excited to share it with you all.