"Self-gov" is a student's ability to voice their opinions and enact change in the ways they want it to be. It's definitely alive on campus. The students really have the freedom to voice their opinions to get together to enact change. And the college is very, very open to listening to these ideas and very open to implementing them. A lot of this comes through SGA, which is "Student Government Association" and student clubs. It also only takes two people to create a club if they want to make one. So you can just find someone who shares an interest with you and create a club there. The college does have an amazing endowment, and that provides amazing opportunities. If there's something that you want to do, it can get funded. I've had people do amazing research experiences. There's also like so many groups that can be brought in if there's someone you really want to see like I've seen so many talks, amazing speakers. I've seen almost all of the presidential candidates during the last caucus like the college provides an amazing experience that you really won't get outside of college. We have plenty of traditions here at Grinnell. One of my favorites is "Titular Head," which is the Student Film Festival. Students create videos and submit it to the committee. And it's really fun because faculty and students go to this event and everyone enjoys seeing all the creative ideas that people come up with. One of my favorite events that we have on campus is called the, "Grinnellian." And so it's a totally student-led music festival that we put on for a day. And so it's put on all by students, and then it's all student artists performing. And so you get a variety of people playing their instruments or singing and writing songs. There is a lot to do on campus, but also if you want to be involved in the community, you absolutely can. So we have several nursing homes here. So getting involved in that is great. Or we have this one group called, "The Neverland Players." So they work with kids in the community. And those kids will write stories and then that group will turn it into a play and they'll invite the kids to come and everyone on campus will come watch.