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January 19, 2023
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December 5, 2022
The Theory of John McVay

“I have started playing pickleball and I rather like it. If I could just figure out how to stay out of the kitchen, I’d be better.”   The face of President John Mcvay is a familiar one around campus. Many know of him, but I venture that most truly know little about him. That is about […]

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December 1, 2022
A Different Kind of Christmas

The Hispanic community has their own distinct winter holiday traditions.  For many in the Hispanic community, the time around Christmas day runs into one long celebration. For Mexicans, Christmas time can last for nearly a month.  “We start celebrating around the 15th of December and it’s called Posadas,” said junior exercise science major Danyah Morales. […]

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November 17, 2022
Thanksgiving, Eh?

When most people think of Thanksgiving, they picture the beloved American holiday. However, Canadians have their own rich Thanksgiving tradition and history. Canadian finance major Luke Ganson said that the way Thanksgiving in Canada is celebrated is pretty similar to the United States. “Usually what happens is we have a bunch of family over and […]

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November 10, 2022
Exercise Can Save Lives:

“The importance of exercise is not adequately understood or appreciated by patients and mental health professionals alike.” [1]  Exercise has a huge impact on mental health for almost every individual. It boosts self-confidence and alleviates anxiety and depression.  According to a study published in 2004, it is proven that exercise relieves symptoms of anxiety and […]

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