Taking summer classes is a splendid way to either get ahead of or catch up on the credit hours we need, but it comes with a unique problem: we’re learning the same 16 weeks’ worth of material in only 4 weeks. Cramming this much material into this little time can cause problems with […]Read More Start Summer with Success!
Why are pirates so Eco-friendly?….They always follow the three arrrrrrrs. All jokes aside I want to tell you a little bit more about different ways to save our environment! If we don’t take care of the environment, how can we expect it to take care of us? Reuse, Reduce, and Recycle are great ways to […]Read More Be like a Pirate and Participate in No Impact Week
Hello readers, my name is Sherrel and I am going to discuss gender inequity. Unfortunately, yes in 2017, the answer to this question… is gender inequity still a thing? YES. Now, I know you’ve heard it before, so this isn’t a lecture. Instead, I want to state some facts. Take a moment, or five, to […]Read More Everything is NOT Created Equal?
Every year, National Nutrition Month falls in March, and we at Wellness are excited to announce that for the first time ever, we will be joining in the celebration! The Wellness Ambassadors have been working hard to create a Nutrition Fair just for YOU! Join us March 22nd, from 11 AM- 2 PM in the […]Read More Good Nutrition is Our Mission
Sexual Assault has unfortunately become pretty common today and I, Kellie Clendennin, pledge to put an end to sexual assault on Georgia Southern’s campus. One in five women and one in sixteen men are sexually assaulted in college, and we should make sure that we prevent this from happening here. Many of my personal friends […]Read More Sexual Assault Awareness
Have bags and dark circles under your eyes? Tired of drinking caffeine and still feeling sleepy? Cutting back on long nights out and getting more sleep can do the trick! Sleep is good for the body physically and mentally. There are so many benefits to getting 7 to 8 hours of sleep each night. It […]Read More Your Future Depends on Your Sleep, Go to Bed!
Every 23 seconds, another American is diagnosed with diabetes. And according to the Academy of Nutrition & Dietetics, the average yearly health care cost for a person with diabetes is $13,700, with $7,900 due to diabetes alone. This illness, although prevalent, is not seen as serious by people as it should be. Many live with […]Read More Why Should we Worry about Diabetes?