The thing that I love the most about West Monroe is that we are a small town. But because we're located right across the river from Monroe, and in kind of the hub of Northeast Louisiana, we have a lot of amenities and a lot of good things that people can do and enjoy in our community. I write for Bayou Life magazine and have the great privilege of writing about local restaurants and many of them are located in downtown Monroe and West Monroe. There's so many great restaurants that I highly recommend students and other community members just walk around, experience Monroe and West Monroe in the downtown area. You drive around town and you look you'll see the flags with ULM adorning our city. Always said let's not be a town with a college but let's be a college town. We're an easy community for you to get plugged in at the campus. So anytime you want to be a part of downtown gallery crawl to volunteer for planning or any events that we have going on, just reach out to us here in the Office of the City of Monroe and we can get you plugged in. I always encourage students to get involved. Get involved on campus. Be a part of campus activities and campus life. It's a crucial part of being a student at any university. But I think that's where ULM shines is really their student activities, the way they get them involved within their community. And it helps build our community in turn. An ULM graduate, being in a smaller town, maybe then some of your larger college towns. You know, they get the sense of community. They understand how important it is to give back to the community that supports the university and supports all the efforts of the university.