Well, at first I sat in a chair looking around for something interesting, something noteworthy, something outrageous. Then I realized that Coffman is not usually the place for this. Coffman is rather the greatest mix of students and teachers and professors and workers on the entire campus. You see every type of person in every form of a stereotype possible. Some people even wear their authentic robes or clothing from their country. Then you have the hard working UDS workers on their breaks chatting up on their cell phones. Then you have the people looking at you realizing that you are totally watching them and listening in on their converstaions. Then you have the professional professors with their wheely suitcases/backpacks. The "then you have" list could go on forever. The number and amount of different kinds of people in the small area of one building is alarming. It is the definition of a melting pot. I love it. I am from a small town and minorities or opinions of any other kind than white middle class america are not extremely high in frequency. Sitting here, I am alarmed and amazed and happy. I love to be able to know that i can learn so much from all of the different people in one building. I bet that from all of the different upbringings and backgrounds and cultures and religions that i could learn a new thing from every person . Wow. I love it.