This fall semester, the Fitness Center started offering several new fitness classes for students and faculty to attend during the week. From fat burning Pilates, to the ‘Biggest Loser’ club, the University is taking a turn into the fit and healthy lifestyle.
An addition, consisting of three benches and a sign, was added to the Brockriede Common, the area in front of the Multipurpose Activity Center (MAC), this summer in honor of John A. Brockriede and his family to acknowledge their philanthropic efforts to the University and the Long Branch area.
A panel discussion, presented by Career Services, consisting of six speakers spoke to students and faculty on college graduates pursuing careers unrelated to their degrees on Wednesday, Oct. 2.
University students know that there is nothing like starting the day with a fresh cup of coffee and bagel toasted with cream cheese from Einstein’s. Likewise, there is nothing like going out late night to McDonald’s for the one dollar Big Mac special. While these indulgences are great in the moment, do you ever feel like afterwards you have a tough time concentrating on your work, and overall feel fatigued? Chances are it is due to the tough time your body is having digesting that coffee, bagel, and Big Mac combo. According to justeatthis.com, everything you put in your body has a chemical effect, which is why food affects your mood.