In the digital age of nonstop working, escaping into the wilderness can be beneficial for humans to interact with their planet in positive and negative ways.
Picking up new hobbies during quarantine can create a meaningful space to invest in and have control over.
Get your daily nature dosage at Malibu Creek State Park.
Photos Courtesy of Jessica Remlinger “I’m literally the most open book,” sophomore Jessica Remlinger said, as she took a sip from her Harry Potter and Ronald Reagan sticker-coated Hydroflask. Sitting in the Caf with her long blonde hair brushing against her petite shoulders, she continued to take sips from her re-usable bottle, entirely covered by […]
Photo courtesy of Dusty Breeding Being a leader is far more complex than what can be learned in a classroom setting, according to Dusty Breeding, campus and youth minister at University Church of Christ. Breeding advocates the instructive power of the outdoors in fostering leadership qualities and will be leading a 57-mile trek through Iceland […]
Students hiked to the highest point in LA County and the San Gabriel Mountains this past Saturday, marking 11 miles round trip. This scenic location, otherwise known as Mt. Baldy, provides beautiful views, according to the Campus Recreation events description found online. The trip cost students $10, and included transportation, food and drinks. Denton Jones, […]