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Workplace Diversity

Underrepresentation within America’s corporate landscape is a situation all too familiar for women and people of color.

Text Neck

Are you suffering from upper back and neck pain? With the current climate of remote learning, it is no surprise that you are feeling such sensations in your body!

picture of two students learning CPR during the SRWC's First Aid Friday

It’s almost time! As finals loom upon us, so do the holidays. This time of year, we normally would be gathering for celebration, but due to COVID-19 we have had to adapt. These adaptations can leave our minds apathetic at times, leading to accidents. So, at this time, let’s talk about some quick tips that we can take to make things safer at home, starting by being alert and prepared.

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Crystal Cove is a beautiful conserved land in Newport Beach right off Pacific Coast Highway.

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Winter is coming, but that shouldn’t mean we need to stop camping. Whether you are camping in the desert or the mountains, winter camping can be a great experience.

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Golf has seen an unexpected spike in popularity since the beginning of the pandemic. As one of the first activities deemed safe enough to open during the early stay-at-home orders, the golfing industry has seen a boost that many hope is here to stay.

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Finding time to exercise during the holiday season can be difficult. Here are some tips to help you stay fit!

Photo of a mannequin used for CPR training

The sudden obstruction of air to the body can cause a lot of discomfort and can be very scary. Although there are always sudden illnesses that can throw us off, most breathing emergencies can be prepared for. Every household needs an emergency action plan.

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Contrary to the components of the word, the definition of mindfulness does not mean “the quality of having a full mind” - it actually means the opposite. Mindfulness is the practice of being fully engaged in the present moment, aware of your thoughts and emotions and free of judgements or distractions.

introducing new SRWC GO app

If you haven’t already heard the good news, the Student Recreation & Wellness Center (SRWC) now has an app! Current members of the SRWC will be able to log into their personal profiles and access all things rec-related, right on their phones. Everything found on the SRWC website can be viewed directly in the app - you can even register and pay for classes and programs! The app allows you to set notifications and reminders for upcoming programs, so you’ll never miss out on your favorite classes and events.

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Got some bad habits you've been meaning to get rid of? Want to pick up some good ones, like daily jogging? Here's how.

Owens Spotlight - Raul Ramirez

Stay motivated during the spring semester and beyond with a chance to win free tuition! Join Owen’s Condition for Tuition, a yearly exercise challenge that enters you in an opportunity drawing for an assortment of incredible rewards.

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Food insecurity is a challenge many college students face. Learn how you can balance a tight budget with good nutrition.

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