TU Treks is a student organization that is designed to get students off campus and outdoors! We go camping. We play paintball. We jump at Sky Zone (which isn’t outdoors, but still a great time) and most recently, we went to Chandler Park to go rock climbing and geo-cashing. In case you aren’t familiar, geo-cashing is an activity in which people plug coordinates into a mobile device and then use those coordinates to find hidden treasures other geo-cashers have left behind.
And the rock climbing was amazing! You didn’t have to be an experienced rock climber to participate.
Going into the trip I didn’t know any. But by the end of the day I had met some really great people!
TU Treks also takes a spring break trip each year. Last year, the group went to San Antonio and visited Sea World where they got to pet the dolphins. This year we are going to New Mexico where we do some hiking and take a tour of a ghost town in Albuquerque.
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School is keeping me pretty busy right now, but it’s going on hold for a second because I’ve had a special request for another blog post.
This one’s for you, Dad (and anyone else who’s interested).
My parents went to Italy last May with two of my mom’s good friends from college. When asked about their experience, my dad’s go-to line was, “I loved being able to eat without fear.” Of course he loved other things too, but the food was definitely a highlight. Continue reading
Today’s Tuesday with Tulsa blog post comes to us from Lizzie R., a communications major from Little Rock, Ark.
When I started writing this post, my goal was to write about my favorite TU tradition. What I quickly learned is that I don’t have one. I have a favorite season!
The warm, bright and colorful months of SPRING are what I love most! I am so grateful to live on such an amazing and exuberant campus that is always full of energy. But during the gorgeous spring weather Tulsa’s features really shine. And the events that take place on campus once the temperature warms up make spring worth waiting for.