Student Affairs modified its pricing model for wellness services and expanded resources at the Student Health Center, Counseling Center, Student Care Team and Title IX Office. Starting fall 2022, students will pay a flat rate Wellness Fee to fund the changes.
The Student Wellness Advisory Board held “Love Your Body Week” with a series of events to encourage students to take care of themselves in every way. Junior Healthy Communities ambassador Mallory Finley said in college especially, students need a reminder to love themselves and take care of their social, mental and physical health.
As calls across America increase for racial justice, it is important to also consider environmental justice. Marginalized communities face increased rates of environmental degradation that lead to physical and mental implications.
The first time I went to a boxing class was a year ago and I left halfway through. I didn’t think I would take a boxing class again, but ever since my friend talked about how good Rumble was, I wanted to give it another try. After taking one of their classes, I came to […]
There are some negative preconceived notions about meditation. Some think it is sitting down in a lotus position, while others are just confused on what they are supposed to think about when meditating. Meditation is simply focusing on breathing. It is a technique to alleviate stress and makes people more focused and relaxed. It sounds […]