Category Archives: Wellness

Breathing for better grades

By Shani Enns Staff Reporter      Midterm season can be stressful for students, but one small detail can make a big impact on how that stress affects you – how well you breathe. Like most systems that seem to function adequately,

Breathing for better grades

By Shani Enns Staff Reporter      Midterm season can be stressful for students, but one small detail can make a big impact on how that stress affects you – how well you breathe. Like most systems that seem to function adequately,

Hydration key to weight loss

By Max Miller Sports Editor With Mother Nature acting so different this winter season, a lot of you are starting your work out sessions lot earlier than last year. With the average temperatures 20 degrees warmer than usual, this has given the perfect opportunity to many outdoor

Hydration key to weight loss

By Max Miller Sports Editor With Mother Nature acting so different this winter season, a lot of you are starting your work out sessions lot earlier than last year. With the average temperatures 20 degrees warmer than usual, this has given the perfect opportunity to many outdoor

Vitamin B12 can give you energy

By Jordan Wandfluh Editor It’s Monday morning. Hand slams the alarm clock. Eyelids shutter open and you drag yourself out of bed. Coffee begins to drip. You chug it on the way to class but your teacher is still making no sense. Must you rely on

Vitamin B12 can give you energy

By Jordan Wandfluh Editor It’s Monday morning. Hand slams the alarm clock. Eyelids shutter open and you drag yourself out of bed. Coffee begins to drip. You chug it on the way to class but your teacher is still making no sense. Must you rely on

What is in your food?

A closer look at food labels reveals packaging claims aren’t always what they seem. by Zachary Glimcher Alumni Contributer Do you know what is in your food? Even if you make a habit of reading labels, those can be misleading.

What is in your food?

A closer look at food labels reveals packaging claims aren’t always what they seem. by Zachary Glimcher Alumni Contributer Do you know what is in your food? Even if you make a habit of reading labels, those can be misleading.