These photos don’t nearly do justice to the exhibit so I definitely recommend you come down to TU to check it out! The exhibit will remain on display till February 21 and if you would like to learn more about the artist behind the project James Grashow, watch his documentary The Cardboard Bernini or check out his website. It continues to amaze me the opportunities I have here at TU, and I hope when it comes time to choose colleges that you deeply consider TU. If you would like more information on the exhibit, check out this link. Hope you all enjoy!
As I’m sure you can tell, it takes a lot of practice and some quick reflexes to play as well as these guys do. More than likely you’ll end up hitting yourself with the ball on your first time. Stick with it though and I can assure you, racquet ball is a fun and rewarding game. It’s also a great way to get in shape! You’d be surprised how hot it gets in that box.
While I may never attain the level of skill displayed in the video above I will continue to practice at TU’s racquet ball facilities in Mabee Gym. Wish me luck!
I’ve thoroughly enjoyed the 8 or 9 years I’ve spent in Oklahoma and the only thing I can say I really miss about California is In-N-Out. If you don’t know what In-N-Out is, follow these instructions. Get in a car, drive down to San Francisco (specifically the San Francisco In-N-Out, there is no substitute) go to In-N-Out, order a Double Double Animal style and Animal Fries. Once you’ve done all that, proceed to eat the glorious food in front of you, experience heaven and then come back to Oklahoma so you can go to TU. In all seriousness though, I’m excited to be a new blogger for TU’s admission blog and I look forward to sharing my experiences with you all.
P.S. Here is a picture of a Double Double Animal style and Animal Fries