Our coaches are faculty members, they're not just staff coaches. They know much more about our students and so they're able to blend, you know, that daily 8 until 4 pm academic experience with that 4 to 6:30 athletic experience. One of the things that I think is really unique to the team culture here at Grinnell is that we are literally here in Grinnell. So that creates a campus culture where students are really intentionally coming to Grinnell for this community where they want to create an environment in a space where students of all different backgrounds can feel comfortable, where students can feel like they can be themselves for students [to] feel like they can grow and change. Facilities in the Bear Athletic Center are pretty spectacular. In fact, they're ranked by the Princeton Review is in the top 10 in the country. They're not only facilities for athletics, but they're facilities for recreation through various activities. And we have a field house big enough and luxurious enough to host the National Indoor Track Championship, but also provides for space for a team like our Ultimate Frisbee Team. For the future, our athletic program and our recreation program is really going to be focused on people who have interests that really align with what we do at Grinnell. Another emphasis is really to broaden the recreation opportunities and we really need to provide entertainment and opportunities for them.