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By: Remi Oswald ‘19, communications Finding a workout routine that works best for you can pose a challenge. To ensure you persist and have fun with your routine, you should find something you enjoy, something you are passionate about and someth (More)
This week, students can tour the construction progress of the Wellness and Recreation Center. Tours are offered during the following dates and times. Students are required to wear closed-toed shoes during the tour and all tours are limited to 12 (More)
By: Remi Oswald ‘19, communications Imagine. You are a college student, completely comfortable and familiar with your surroundings. Then one day, you decide to study abroad in hopes of experiencing something new. You are now having to adapt to (More)
Spring 2019 marks the 10-year anniversary of the “Take 8 at State” movement by Health and Exercise Studies. The campaign encourages each student at NC State to take eight credits of HES courses before graduation in order to help foster a life (More)
The power of influence Physical activity and well-being have always been a quality Clare Bloss ’21 values. From an early age, she took up running, eventually joining cross-country and track in high school. Her parents, also runners and avid exe (More)
On March 15th, 10 students and two Health and Exercise Studies Outdoor Leadership faculty left bright and early for the White Mountains of New Hampshire. The students were partaking in an intense 10-day Mountaineering expedition trip. The tri (More)
By: Benjamin Denton ‘20 communication Earlier this semester, club swim at NC State hosted the 4th annual Pajama Drive Swim Meet at the Willis R. Casey Aquatic Center. Partnering with Duke University club swimming and the University of North (More)
Adam Sardinha wrote: The Adventure Continues
By: Cameron Addertion ‘20, communications Katherine Miller ‘19 entered college at NC State as an agriculture major but her experience with Wellness and Recreation opened her heart to the outdoors. Miller did not expect to leave college pursuin (More)
By: Benjamin Denton ‘20 communication Many sports require a base level of physical strength, balance and endurance. In Hunt Seat Equitation, it’s how you win. According to the United States Hunter Jumper Association, Hunt Seat Equitation i (More)
By: Latham Childress ‘19 communication Although we may not realize it, the month of February is highly symbolic in American culture.  We cherish our loved ones, celebrate the accomplishments of African-Americans and find out whether or not spr (More)
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