On the last day of IC, the activities are usually pretty relaxed. There are a variety of options for sightseeing. Mine was touring the University of Colorado Boulder and the University of Denver.
First, we went to Boulder. We had a walking tour with members from CU Hillel and learned about Jewish life on campus. After our tour, we ate lunch at Pearl Street, an outdoor shopping mall with a bunch of restaurants in Downtown Boulder.
Next, we were on our way back to Denver for a tour of the University of Denver. For the first 10 to 15 minutes, we learned about the university and Jewish life on campus.
We concluded our day with a walking tour of the campus, as well with some chips and guacamole.
Preparing for college is crucial for me, even though I am a sophomore in high school. In my opinion, it’s great to start looking ahead of time because you are able to have a variety of choices and narrow them down.
Perri Schwartz is a BBG from B’yachad BBG #2495 in Greater Atlanta Region #55. She has photographic memory, loves to fight for what she belives in, and hopes to be a professional journalist.
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