This weekend there was held the traditional "School of Activists" for USUE freshers.
The students together with the team of organizers went to the territory of the Iskorka camp, which has already become a traditional venue for Schools. For three days, the students were involved in different events.
The first day, the freshers participated in teambuilding trainings and in the evening, they showed their theatrical talents. Before going to bed, the participants took part in a quest "Detective": a story, which combined two epochs, past and present.
The second day in the morning, the students showed their dexterity and abilities to work in a team at a traditional rope course. The day continued with some educational blocks: master classes, lectures on the structure of the University, and mind games.
The third day began with the Capture the Flag game: it allowed everyone to cheer up, to get themselves in shape, and receive positive emotions.
The "School of Activists" finished with a traditional common gathering, where the students sang songs, shared their impressions and wrote each other wishes and thanks for good time spent together.
Weary but pleased, the participants of the "School of Activists" returned home. In the buses, there was silence: someone remembered these three days and tried not to miss a single moment, and someone slept, compensating for well-spent efforts!