To me, the value of a liberal arts education is its emphasis on developing sort of the whole student-- to sort of broaden one's way of understanding and thinking about the world. I think one of the main things is cross cultural knowledge. Since I've taken classes here, I've learned so much more about the world, and how like, it works, and just things outside of the US system and the US education system. It's just really interesting to learn. I think of it is just like lots of different subjects coming together. And you can experience them all at the same time. They have different requirements that you have to fulfill like natural science and math, humanities, fine arts. And I think that's really good because it forces you to take classes that you might not otherwise take. Even if a student, for example, is interested in something in the humanities, it's encouraged and important to also take STEM classes. Coming in, I knew that I wanted to study neuroscience or some type of science. And I knew that I would want to pursue some type of career in health care. But I think I've really been able to explore like public health classes. If you're interested in multiple things, then I think Macalester is an awesome place. There's a lot of really-- it's really easy to like double major to major and minor. So for instance, I'm a Geography major with a Data Science minor. And you can easily do that with lots of combinations of majors and minors at Macalester. No one here is sort of saying, you have to do this, this, and this to get to this career. It's always think about what interests you, and sort of taking classes that can align with those. Getting all of these different pieces, and putting them together creates sort of a holistic learning model that is unique to the liberal arts.