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As you may have been reading, I recently moved to college. The first day of classes was today, and I was pretty nervous. However, I’m done at one o’clock, so it’s definitely manageable. I have three classes Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, and only two on Tuesdays and Thursday. Not bad, if you ask me!
I’d like to start off by showing you around campus through some pictures I’ve taken. So without further ado, welcome to The University of North Alabama.
These pictures are probably some of the coolest I’ve taken since being on campus. UNA’s mascot is the lion, so we have a lion habitat on campus that houses two big, beautiful cats. Una is a girl and Leo is a boy; they’re brother and sister and were raised in their caretaker’s apartment until they were big enough to come here. This habitat is completely funded by donation instead of tuition, and anyone is welcome to come have a peek at the cats at any time. We’re very proud of these lions!
Our campus has many beautiful buildings, but one of my favorites is the Stone Lodge. It’s been used for all kinds of things: club meetings, offices, etc., but at the moment isn’t in use at all.
This is a snapshot of a bricked area just in front of war memorial. The bricks have names of those who are important to the university’s identity written on them.
This is our beautiful amphitheater, built as a war memorial. In front are large plaques bearing the names of students who lost their lives during battle.
This is just one of our fountains – I’ll show you the second in a minute. This fountain is close to the cafeteria, which I enjoy because it’s easy to see.
Here are some pictures of the fountain that made us famous. It sits on the immediate left of the lion habitat at the school’s main entrance. Students often hang out here, lazing on the benches or just listening to the water. It’s a peaceful place to be, considering you’re in close proximity to a couple of predators!
UNA is home to plenty of sights and beautiful places. These are just a few of them! Of course, we also have a large football field, a baseball field, a stadium, our own theater/auditorium, and beautiful classrooms. For the most part, the classrooms are old and have wooden floors and antique desks. It’s really beautiful and a good place to learn.
Wherever you go to college, I hope you enjoy the experience! I know I’ll enjoy mine. Have a great week!