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Challenge 5: Thrown to a Halt or Stop

By | Apr 10, 2016

Before I left for the SPJ conference on Friday morning, I had planned to write a piece on how being gluten free while traveling/at a conference where most of the food is provided is really difficult to obtain. It was definitely possible, but I was not prepared at all.


The G. Roberts Arm Workout

By | Feb 29, 2016

A while back my dad made arm workout plan for me to do on Mondays and Wednesdays…


Oatmeal, Yogurt and Omelets; Oh My!

By | Feb 12, 2016

Eating breakfast is really important!! My dad taught me that you need to fuel yourself up in the morning or else you won’t be able to focus, or have energy to do much.


Let’s Work It Out: Tips for the Gym

By | Feb 1, 2016

Here we are! All ready and nutritionally balanced; so let’s start working out! Below are a few tips to new and old gym goers to follow to enjoy your fitness experience.


Approaching Balanced Nutrition

By | Nov 1, 2015

I’ve never gone to therapy, but speaking to a nutritionist is like that for food. Cathy comes to campus every wednesday to talk to students with certain eating concerns. I took down the number because I’ve always wanted to see what a nutritionist could actually do for me.


Shape up: Students share their weight-loss journeys

By | Apr 2, 2014

Students reveal how they beat the freshman 15 and got healthy during college.


Butter, Bacon and Basketball: The NBA Goes Paleozoic

By | Feb 25, 2014

It seems that during every Olympics the media acquires a brief fascination with the diets of the participants. 


Commentary: Sodexo disregards international students’ dietary needs

By | Sep 18, 2013

The foods we eat and, indeed, our nutrition, are guided by our socio-cultural upbringing and surroundings.