My experience at Grinnell has been fantastic so far. I've made some of my best friends here. And additionally, I've also made really important relationships with faculty. That's definitely one of my favorite things about Grinnell because the personalized learning and the small class size allow for you to like talk to your professor, attend to office hours, and really get to know them. From my first intro classes in both Biology and Chemistry, I was in the lab, I was writing like official notebooks, official papers, and ever since then, I've had at least two lab classes every semester. So I'd say that the opportunities here are tremendous because you really get to see what you really want to do for your next step. So Grinnell has a policy of self-government. And so it means that students get to make most of the decisions for what is happening. And so students kind of build their own communities. Even in the residence halls where you get to make your own rules, really, and obviously, there are always people there to make sure everybody's safe, but it is something that you get to construct yourself. I'm a member of the SEPC, which stands for, "Student Educational Policy Committee." At every level of administration, there's always some student representatives. So as a SEPC member, you get to be included in event planning, like major recruiting. You also get to interview potential professors if you want to see certain things in the curriculum if you want to see new professors, and you really get a voice.