This past week the TU alumni association held a reception for local alumni and new and current TU students! What a fantastic opportunity to get to know our TU family!
With the sun out and a high of Awesome, there is no better place to spend the weekend than outside!
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This little guy was pretty curious as to what we were doing in his cage! This past Saturday was TU Services Day, during which just over 400 TU students went out into the community and spent the day doing some good old-fashioned physical labor. The group that I went with went to the Safari Sanctuary in Broken Arrow. We helped repair and paint the cage fences (without the animals in there of course!).
Check out some more pictures of all the awesome animals by clicking on the link below!
One of the great things about TU is how culturally diverse our campus is! This past weekend the Chinese Student Association celebrated the Chinese New Year and held a Spring Festival. They had catered Chinese food (which was delicious) as well as a talent show. The acts ranged from traditional Chinese dancers to an awesome game of charades (which is always funny despite the fact that I know little to no Chinese). Overall, it was a great night making new friends and eating some amazing food!
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Cristian Mata, number 14 on Golden Hurricane Soccer team celebrates with his teammates after scoring in the in Sweet Sixteen game against San Diego this past Sunday.
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This was the first year that TU decided to do a “Color Run” for Homecoming! The idea was that students would run a loop around campus and members of SA would throw dry paint at them. What resulted were some super colorful runners! Check out more pictures on DK photography (https://www.facebook.com/pages/DK-photography/150485175079851) and the Color Run album (https://plus.google.com/photos/117595852460701245725/albums/5800823759201807329).