One of the great things about Russell Sage is that we've got two campuses.
I love the Troy campus and living here and because of how historic the buildings are. A lot of our brownstones have this historic feel, they have historic furniture, and historic China, and it's just it's really cool.
Where we are here in Troy is really walkable. There are shops you can walk to. There's lots of great places to eat.
Every Saturday they have the farmers market. Shops and restaurants will set up and you can browse around and you can try different foods and try different coffees.
I think one of the great things about living in the Capital District and in this area is that there's so many things at your fingertips. We are so close to the state capitol. So that's going to bring industry. We've got a lot of opportunities for theater or sporting events.
They're setting up a little concert series in our park and everyone's welcome to come. It's free for Sage students.
We do a river cruise that goes between Troy and Albany which is always a great place to bring students together.
Another thing that we do is the Troy Night Out. The last Friday of every month students can go into local shops and restaurants, show their student ID, and get a discount. I'm happy I came to Russell Sage because of the community. The second you step foot on campus and the second go into any building everyone just welcomes you and they want to get to know you and everyone just wants you to do really well which I really appreciate.