Then the cafeteria. The food, great. I had penne noodles. What creeped me out was that it looked like a cafeteria at an old folks home. No joke. There was carpet on the floor and big comfy chairs, which could hold a frail old women, or a vastly overweight man.
|Reminded me a bit of Harry Potter, it was a 'bridge' between two buildings|
|Apparently the lady who founded the school built the building in the middle of the road because she was one to 'stick it' to the Man.|
|Two sisters, who wouldn't get along, designed this building. The founder lady split the building in half and now it has stairways that go no where.|
It's very conservative, being an all girls school I don't know how it couldn't be. The tour was MUCH better and more in depth then the St. Thomas one. We (Mom, Dad, and I) had a private tour, it just happened to end up that way. The girl was from California, I bet she isn't ready for the Minnesota weather. What gave me a red flag was her saying, "Yea, when a girl brings her boyfriend on campus everyone is like 'Woah! You're a boy!'."
|A dorm building, small rooms|