Built into the floor is a 3D map of campus, and it is absolutely BEAUTIFUL! They even encouraged us to walk across it. It was a really neat way to see just how large KU is!
Our feet over the school's "Central Park" and front entrance.
Before entering the media center, students must swipe their ID card and reserve a study table for 3 hours at a time. The yellow squares are open, and if someone leaves their desk for more than an hour, their table is given away.
KU is extremely high tech. This is the entrance to the study rooms in the media center.
This is "Squirrel Road." Tradition says that if you are walking with one other person of the opposite sex and you see a squirrel, the two of you will start dating. However, if you are walking with someone of the same sex and you see a squirrel, then you will remain single for your duration at KU. No squirrels were spotted today...
Beautiful spot at KU. Our tour guide told us that these trees are apparently very expensive, and if you were to steal it, you could go to jail! (Apparently, the pole sticking out of the ground is to hold up the tree, and NOT to strap it to the ground...we won't name names as to who asked that question...)
To commemorate the day, we went to a store that was full of those picture booths! It was so crowded! They even had funny hats and props to use for the pictures.
Apparently after you finish taking the pictures, you can draw on them and add fun clip art pictures!
We laughed so hard while doing this!
Getting the pictures laminated and cut. Thank you girls for such a sweet memory from our first full day in Korea!
Shopping :-) There was SO much to look at!
Sweet friends bought us a dozen Krispy Kreme donuts! They were HOT NOW, and who can resist that sign?