As part of the Radio Day celebrations, TUSUR University has unveiled a sculpture entitled the Tree of Knowledge.
The new sculpture stands between the University’s buildings on Vershinina Street. The four meter-tall tree has 12 branches, each representing a TUSUR faculty, crowned with a textbook. The new sculpture is going to be bringing luck to students: in order to do well at an exam, one has to hug the tree – the more huggers there are, the stronger the effect. Executed through hot decorative ironwork, the sculpture was created by TUSUR Rector Alexander Shelupanov, sculptor Leonty Usov and blacksmith Vyacheslav Kolba.