About Redlands

Thurber: Official Mascot

Thurber

The current and official mascot of the University of Redlands is Thurber. He is known as a very active and friendly mascot, and is the subject of a blog called “Thurb’s Blurbs.” He attends sporting events when possible and is known to give “high fives.”

Thurber is a favorite subject of University photographers and seems to enjoy the considerable attention he receives from the campus community.

President Doolittle collaring Thurber as the University Mascot

President James Appleton collaring Thurber as the University Mascot on Sept. 18, 2010

When not occupied with their mascot duties, Thurber and sometimes his grandpa, Duke, typically can be found in their kennel at the Willis Center.
Thurber, Official Mascot

Thurber surveys his kingdom

Thurber and Duke try to appear at as many University functions as possible. If you are interested in having Thurber or Duke attend your campus event, contact Student Life.

Cogeneration Plant
Cogeneration Plant

The state-of-the-art power facility enables the University to produce a majority of its own energy and has reduced the campus’s carbon footprint by 33 percent.

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