With most gyms and campus athletic facilities shuttered due to the coronavirus and stay-at-home orders, athletes and students serious about fitness have had to find ways to stay in shape in spite of the shutdowns.
The University of La Verne’s Campus Activities Board hosted “Movies for Mental Health,” a workshop online last week to bring awareness to mental health issues and help students learn about the importance of mental wellness.
The Randall Lewis Center for Well-Being and Research organized virtual pilates classes for students: 10 people were in attendance Sept. 17.
The Randall Lewis Center for Well-Being and Research is offering a needed outlet for students to distract themselves and mitigate stress. One such outlet is virtual yoga offered online several times a week to University students and employees.
Matt Durant, athletic department strength and conditioning coordinator, has been keeping University of La Verne athletes working out while sheltering in place – via Instagram.
While social distancing and shelter-in-place orders have kept us indoors, those of us who work out regularly have had to adapt.
The United States currently holds the highest number of coronavirus cases in the world and that number is growing by the day, making it dire that we all treat this pandemic with serious precautionary measures before it is too late.
A University of La Verne student caused temporary panic Wednesday, after the student posted a tweet which indicated she might be infected with the coronavirus.
While the thought of catching the coronavirus is something that many dread, this growing pandemic also highlights a troubling lack of adequate health care in the United States.
Roughly 15 students attended an anti-vaping discussion on Feb. 12 inside the Randall Lewis Center. The event, put on by the American Lung Association began with a friendly competition of the virtual classroom game Kahoot.