The little blue house changed my life. It’s become a home away from home for a diverse group of TU students, and it’s where a plethora of socially and environmentally conscious students congregate to discuss the world’s pressing issues. And situated within the micro-community known as the little blue house is Earth Matters.
It’s the week before Spring Break and I can hardly believe how quickly time has flown by this year! It’s both exhilarating and completely nerve-wracking to think that at this time next year, I’ll be a senior on the verge of graduation! Sometimes when the idea of ‘the future’ starts to creep into my mind (like right now when I’m trying to study for the MCAT in May! Eeek!), I like to look back on all the amazing TU experiences I’ve had so far. There are so many people and events that are responsible for these memories; one organization that has contributed a great deal to these memories is Alpha Phi Omega. Continue reading
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. Continue reading