For international students, it's an opportunity in the Liberal Arts to be able to be much broader than they would if they were studying in their own countries. Liberal Arts is pretty unique to the United States. It's something that a lot of students get excited about because in fact, they don't always know exactly what they want to be when they grow up. And for a lot of students, they're deciding on many different things. And many of our students enjoy and look forward to that freedom. Or when we think about the global nature of a place like Grinnell, we're talking about both outgoing students from the US who travel and have opportunities to access international venues. And students from all over the world who see Grinnell is home and become a part of our community here. And we also see the overlap. So we have international students right now who are on off-campus study programs. For example, a student from Brazil, who's studying in Senegal, a student from India, who's studying in Budapest. And so the mix and mingle of that and the learning capacity, both right here on campus and in the international site or venue is super important to the institutional mission. What I wanted from a university was definitely a fully international experience. I came in knowing that I was going to major in French and Linguistics, but the difference between UK universities and Grinnell is that at Grinnell, I don't have to just study French and Linguistics. And I never would have taken a course in Computer Science and Psychology in Spanish, in Statistics, in History, had I just gone to a UK university.