Hey you, listen here!
Now approaches the best day of the year.
Mountain Day, as some call it,
is no time to sit.
With the air smelling like spring,
staying inside is not an easy thing.
It’s time to celebrate being outside.
Maybe there will even be a slip ‘n slide.
So get ready for sleeping bag races
and smiles on your faces.
Human bouldering and food art
are only the start.
Ziplining with Zephyr
is going to be the coolest adventure ever.
Iris will teach you all to tie-dye,
making April 18th a great Fri-dye.
Look for us on the Prez Lawn from 11 to 2.
Itâ€™s that wonderful wintry time of the year again and TMC has decided that we should celebrate it right!! Winterfest will take place from 2PM-5PM on the academic quad on February 28th, 2014. A schedule of Olympic Events will be posted soon. Events include: human dog sledding race, snowshoe race, Cross Country Skii race, human bouldering, and perhaps a game of football if there is interest. There will also be an arts and crafts booth, temporary tats, and a gear swap tent! Lastly there WILL be food and hot chocolate and perhaps a guest appearance by a mystery performing group. Prizes will be awarded to the event winners. So bundle up, get psyched and head over to the academic quad on the 28th between 2 and 5!
Orli’s mom has conscripted an undead army, and is vying for control of TMC! Come learn to survive both winter and zombies with Dustin Hines and Zephyr Feryok.
Pre-Meeting at 8PM on February 12 in Barnum 104.
World-famous alpinist Jason Kruk is presenting at Tufts! Jason is best known for the first fair-means ascent of Cerro Torre in Patagonia (and subsequent global controversy after removing the 125 bolts that scarred the route). He’s also a paraglider-flying ski-mountaineering dog-loving stunt-rigging Canadian vegan, and generally rad guy.
And one time, heÂ pooped his pants while climbing.
Come hear him talk about all of it:
Tues, 1/28 at 8pm
Free with Tufts ID, $5 other students, $10 general
- Who will the future leaders of TMC be?
- What is Pass the Torch Weekend, and how do I sign up?
- How does the Loj work over Winter Break?
- Where has the TMC Gavel been all this time?
- Who will win Prom King and Queen?
Find out the answers to these burning questions and MORE at the December meeting on 12/5!
Due to impending bad weather on October 17th, Autumnfest will now take place on Friday, October 25th, from 12-4 on the Academic Quad!
Come celebrate fall with TMC!
There will be a giant pile of fresh fall foliage (LEAVES), a costume contest, food, pumpkins-a-carvin’, face painting, an obstacle course and plenty o’ shenanigans!
Guest appearances by B.E.A.T.s and President Monaco (?!?!!?!)
Click here to reserve yours!Â (Limited quantity)
Signups are up for Peak Weekend (Oct 12-14)!
Fill out the snazzy form at www.peakweekend.org.
What’s Peak Weekend? TMC’s annual quest to collectively summit all of the 48 4000+ foot mountains in the Whites! Read more here and on the blog!
Note: Peak Weekend is a big event, so the Loj is closed to anyone not involved. So if you want to come up, make sure you fill out the form and talk to the coordinators!
This coming weekend is Newcomers’ Weekend, and unfortunately the Loj is closed to all who have not pre-registered for the event. This applies to all freshmen, sophomores, juniors, seniors, and alumni. At this time, we have reached our maximum capacity and registration isÂ closed. Questions about the event can be directed to the coordinators at email@example.com. Our apologies for any inconvenience!