As college students, we know the struggle of what it’s like to stay healthy, with all the junk food, late nights and constant coffee runs. That’s why we’ve decided to make this week’s theme focus on health awareness.
By: Muriel Almeida/Contributing Writer With the Healthy Living Program hosting its third annual Zen Fest at the University’s Wellness and Recreation Center on Sept….
he new year marks a turning point for many who set a newfound resolve to get back in shape.
New Years is nearly upon us, and people all across the United States are busy shopping, cooking, and throwing parties, and while all of this equals fun, the holidays are still a stressful time of year.
As college students, our options to stay healthy are narrowed to either paying for health insurance like Obamacare to stay healthy or to use natural remedies to prevent an illness.
It’s amazing what long sleeves and fake smiles can hide.
Douglass Gavilan//Contributing Writer One in eight women will contract breast cancer at some point in life, according to statistics from Breastcancer.org. To prepare for breast…
Every year, incoming college students are warned about depression. Though they are never told the different ways there are to deal with it and feel better.
As final exams week looms nearer, sleep-deprived students are dozing off in library cubicles, napping on the benches or grass outside and even catching a few z’s in their cars. All-nighters are nothing short of ordinary, but the college experience is fueling a burnout culture where it’s normal, and sometimes even celebrated to forego sleep.
The event, a sort of mock triathlon allowed participants to swim, bike and run trail distances in order to simulate the experience of a real triathlon, with the training and assistance of coaches.