The Lion's Roar

Dean’s Corner: Meet representatives from University Health Center

Dean's Corner: Meet representatives from University Health Center

Dr. Gabe Willis, Dean of Students

July 28, 2020

Episode two of the Dean’s Corner truly fulfilled one of the major goals established by the Dean’s Corner to bridge the gap between the Division for Student Affairs and each of the amazing offices and departments across Southeastern. We were able to sit down with the University Health Center Director,...

Manage your stress before it manages you

Manage your stress before it manages you

Kayla Noll, UHC Wellness Coordinator

January 28, 2020

Stress is not a new problem that college students deal with. However, more students are experiencing stress in college than ever before. With this epidemic on the rise, it is important for students to know the harmful effects that bad, long-term stress has on their body and how to manage their stress...

Health center promotes a fitness program

Maiah Woodring, Staff Reporter

February 6, 2019

After two years of success with "Lighten Up Lions," the University Health Center is partnering with the Pennington Student Activity Center to sponsor the weight-loss program for a third year. Beginning Feb. 18, "LightenUp Lions" is scheduled to kick off another semester with one-on-one meetings, weekly...

Opportunities for peer fitness

The University Health Center set up a table in the Student Union Breezeway to promote their fitness programs SOAR and Lighten Up Lions. SOAR is a peer-to-peer educational program, and Lighten Up Lions is a free fitness program offered by Recreational Sports and Wellness.

Jacob Summerville, Staff Reporter

January 30, 2019

To help students with their fitness New Year resolutions, the University Health Center promoted programs like the Student Outreach and Advocacy Representatives, or SOAR, and Lighten Up Lions. The UHC set up a table in the Student Union Breezeway on Monday, Jan. 28 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Kirsten...

Ready to work out?

Students can sign up for a fitness program next semester with the rec center. The dates for next semester are currently being decided.

Jacob Summerville, Staff Reporter

September 14, 2018

The Pennington Student Activity Center is hosting a fitness program for students who are determined to shed the extra pounds this semester. “Lighten Up Lions” allows students to dictate specific health goals they wish to achieve by the end of the six-week period. Kayla Noll, a graduate assistant...