How to Practice Gratitude: Diving into the Unknown

By: Madisyn Priestley The last year and a half has been a rollercoaster of emotions for all of us. Through all the ups and downs, new rules and social norms and having to cancel/reschedule so many events, it can be difficult to feel grateful. I know gratitude has not been a constant feeling for a…

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The Mind-Body Connection: For Improved Health & Wellbeing

By:  Holly Cook Here you go again. Feeling upset, angry, not knowing why. You have been busy lately, and haven’t been taking very good care of yourself mentally or physically. For the first time in a while you sit down and think about what your body might actually need. Where to begin? Well, it’s hard…

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Beating Burnout: Respecting Your Limits

By: Cassia Egan-Lawless Talking about burnout doesn’t necessarily feel right at the end of summer when kids are going back to school and maybe you’re going back to work after your summer vacation; it feels like the year is just starting to ramp up. But burnout happens no matter the time of year and no…

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Challenging Yourself: Being Bold & Brave

By: Megan Mihelich As a woman, the decision to study sports management in college took immense courage for me. Sports management is an extremely competitive field that is dominated by men. I didn’t keep up with every sport and every game which put me at a huge disadvantage.  However, I knew it would be something…

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Body Confidence: Let’s Start Loving Our Bodies

By Megan Mihelich College is a period in people’s lives where bodies tend to change. Hormones are flying, residence hall food choices are limited, and for the first time for many, alcohol is affecting your body.  During freshman year of college, I met six women who quickly became my best friends. We spent every waking…

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