WINTER 2012 - Concordia University

WINTER 2012 - Concordia University

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Concordia University Texas

Watch Whitney Flynt

CTX Alumnus, class of 2010 talk about

her experience with Water to Thrive.

unique learning experiences

that challenge participants to

get outside their comfort zone.

“Participants gain confidence

and learn the importance of

communication, trust and

leadership,” said John Adams,

assistant director of student

services. “They learn that we’re

all leaders in our own way.”

The university plans to expand

offerings in 2013 and hopes to

develop the program to offer

course credit by 2014 in addition

to developing an outdoor

recreation center on site where

the CTX community can check

out equipment and receive

training for outdoor adventures.

For more information on the

program and activities planned

for 2013, visit www.concordia.


CTX Outdoor Recreation

by the numbers

Miles driven: 2803 mi

Miles hiked: 279 mi

Elevation traversed: 16,162 ft

Climbing rope used: 700+ ft

Cameras dropped from cliffs: 2

Camp meals eaten: 482

Backpacks used: 60

Canoes used: 12

Miles paddled: 58 mi

Hours unplugged from the world: 4,824

Member Benefits

• 50% off Parent shirts at the Bookstore

• $5 anytime meals at the dining hall

• Complimentary invitations to our

“Conversations with . . . Speaker Series”

• Complimentary invitations to our music events on campus

• Netwooshing! (networking) with other Tornado parents

• Opportunities to support student activities and scholarships

• Parent calendar of campus events on

• Free tall cup of brewed coffee at our campus Starbucks

• Woosh! Tornados Athletic Weekend and VIP reception

Show your Parent Association member card to receive these benefits.

Winter 2012


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