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Sumers Recreation Center

‘More than just the workout’: BearFit classes switch to online format

Although gyms may be closed, that doesn’t mean students can’t do their favorite workouts right in the comfort of their homes.

Elia/Longyu Zhang | Staff Writer

Practical new year’s resolutions: Small ways to reach your goals

Although you might still accidentally write “2019” when putting the date at the top of documents, it’s finally 2020. And with every new year comes new resolutions. We create admirable goals that we think will improve our lives and, at least for a second, feel that this will finally be the year we achieve them.

| Senior Scene Editor

I tried to exercise and this is what happened: A Yoga Sculpt class review

This class is not about finding your breath. It’s more about losing it.

| Staff Writer

New rec center to jump-start intramurals, fitness on campus

Scheduled to open in the fall of 2016, the new Sumers Recreation Center will include three multipurpose basketball courts, an elevated jogging track, yoga and spinning studios, additional meeting rooms, a weight room, cardio machines spread out around the building and a sports medicine office.

| Freshman Press Reporter

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