Everyone in China looks forward to the Lunar New Year — except perhaps those unwed young adults returning home who face that inevitable question from their parents: Why are you still single?
Rock-climbing at the ARC Get your workout in and your adrenaline going with rock climbing at the Tom W.
Davis Climbing Center, located within the Adventure Recreation Center on West Campus, featuring two state-of-the-art climbing walls, 25 ropes, and over 4,000 square feet of climbing surface.
This season’s mainstage lineup includes Stupid F---ing Bird by Aaron Posner (March 2–10), The Coast of Illyria adapted by Jennifer Schlueter with Cece Bellomy (April 14-21), and many more.
OUAB Events Whatever you like to do for fun, the OUAB probably has it covered.
Connecting Grounds Not only is connecting Connecting Grounds at Scott House campus’s newest location for delicious coffee and fabulous baked goods, you’ll also know exactly where your coffee is coming from.
Made possible by a partnership between Student Life’s Dining Services and Buck-I-SERV, a variety of direct trade brews are featured.
Biological Sciences Greenhouse Longing for a lush, tropical escape?
Head down to south campus and check out the Biological Sciences Greenhouse in which more than 12,000 tropical and desert plant species are housed.
That same point has been made by President Xi Jinping since he came to power in 2012.
And should an arranged date lead to matrimony, the guide also has a few words of advice.
Brennen’s Café In the mood for something a little more gourmet?