So, the SFU Library Trip has come and gone. I actually had a much better time then I expected, and while I did not perhaps get the best trip educationally, I did get a pretty good trip bonding and photography-wise. Most of this post will be a gallery of photos, documenting talons documenting for their documents of learning.
Complicated, I know.
How will you capture what you find?
I got my dad’s fancy Panorama camera and I plan to take as many photos as possible.
What are you seeking on the trip?
I know my eminent person isn’t very well known, so I’m not expecting anything too great information wise. I am looking forward to meeting more of the TALONS that I don’t know yet and exploring the SFU campus.
What did you learn?
I learned 3 things:
- While not learning about my eminent person directly, I learned about some of the things she believed in, such as gender equality and less heteronormativity.
- SFU is a beautiful, if slightly confusing place to go to school
- The grade nines this year are absolutely amazing.
What was the theme of the trip?
For me, the theme was bonding. I made a lot of new friends and connections, mostly over ridiculous photos and the on-and-off-rain.
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