[Namron] OU question
avalon_remembered at yahoo.com
Tue May 13 06:41:10 PDT 2003
Susan -- went there for my Jr/Sr years and part of
grad school --- TONS of WALKING!!!
But that is pretty typical of any campus.
--- GCOM <gcom at po.okccc.edu> wrote:
> I was a student at OU in the mid '80s. There is
> indeed more than a bit
> of walking required to get around campus.
> My first year most all of my classes were in the
> same two buildings.
> Those two buildings were very close to one another.
> My sophomore and
> junior years required the most walking, as my
> classes were scattered
> all over the campus. My senior year, nearly all of
> my classes were in
> one building the College of Business
> Administration building.
> My senior year at OU is when my arthritis showed up,
> and I spend that
> year walking with a cane. Get some very good walking
> shoes, and when
> possible, schedule classes with an hour or two gap
> between them. That
> way, there is more time to get from place to place,
> or to sit in the
> lobby of a building and study between classes.
> I would also suggest she carrying only what is
> absolutely needed in her
> backpack. Most of my current students at OKCCC carry
> way too much junk
> around all of the time. That said, I carry a
> backpack with 15 lbs. of
> computer equipment with me every day ; )
> Hope this info is of some help.
> On Tuesday, May 13, 2003, at 12:18 AM, Susan O'Neal
> > Couple questions for you all. Kit is planning on
> going to OU, her
> > love for
> > Namron is keeping her from looking much otherwise.
> Anyways, my
> > question
> > has to do with the campus, for those of you who
> went to school
> > there-how
> > far did you end up walking daily for classes?
> > Kit ended up with stress fractures on both ankles
> from her walking at
> > Crown. We finally have her walking heal toe and
> now this on her first
> > day
> > she has actually walked much. Just wanting to get
> an idea for what we
> > need
> > to get her worked up to before she heads to
> college in a couple years.
> > Thanks all and we will miss you at Beltane,
> > Susan
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