Friday, April 26, 2019
Arbor Day is an annual event that provides an opportunity for students, faculty, and staff to join together to beautify the Tech campus, build a sense of community, and receive recognition. Live music, free food and t-shirts, and planting alongside other Red Raiders makes this one of the most anticipated events each spring.
Contact Student Union & Activities at 806-742-4708 for more information.
11:00 am-1:30 pm
Pot a Plant Activity by Student Activities Board
Yard Games by Rec Sports
Ethics Survey & Bahama Bucks by TTU Ethics Center
11:00 am-1:00 pm
Free Food, T-shirt & Water Bottle* with TTU Student I.D.
($5.00/Shirt for Faculty & Staff*)
Planting Check-in at the big red tent
11:30 am-1:00 pm
Live Music by Abe Parker
*While supplies last.
A representative from your group must check-in at the Arbor Day tent at Memorial Circle before 12:30 pm on Friday, April 26.
Once you know your plot number, you can share the map with your group members. Click here for 2019 Arbor Day Map!
This event is sponsored by:
Student Union & Activities
Center for Campus Life
Student Activities Board
Transportation & Parking Services
TTU Ethics Center
GET A FREE T-SHIRT AT THE RED RAIDERS RECYCLING EVENT WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24TH!!!
Red Raiders Recycling Event
Wednesday, April 24th
11am until the shirts are gone!!!
SUB West Plaza or if raining, SUB Courtyard
Bring two plastic bottles or more for recycling & trade for a free Red Raiders Recycling
(2 bottles = 1 t-shirt & one per student while supplies last)
The goal of this Recycling Event is to increase awareness of campus recycling efforts through the partnering of Hospitality Services, University Student Housing and The Office of Sustainability.
A growing trend on university campuses is the demand for departments to be more sustainable. The Department of Hospitality Services, University Student Housing and The Office of Sustainability have taken numerous steps over the last few years to lessen its carbon footprint such as creating a refill bottle program, the use of trash compactors and initiating campus recycling programs.
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