On Thursday, May 7, more than 100 students lined up outside the doors of the SRWC, waiting to celebrate the Owen’s Condition for Tuition (OCFT) finale event. The event was located in the Multi-Activity Court (MAC) where students could enjoy food; win free blender bottles by jumping on the Plyo Soft Box, climbing the inflatable rope ladders and playing human foosball.
Are you tired of always doing the same thing at the gym? Or perhaps you’re new to the gym and have no idea where to start? No matter where you are in your fitness journey, you can be a part of the Be Fit Program and get a taste of a variety of fitness programs.
Midterms are just a few weeks away and your stress level may be rising, but as students we should be aware and concerned about our physical health, and our mental health. So you may ask, “What can I do or where should I go?” Good question.
Fall has arrived, and the SRWC is in the spirit of giving!
During the month of November, the SRWC has been hosting various Fall into Giving events, a series of programs that encourages students to donate canned food throughout the month that will later be donated to the campus interfaith food pantry.
The Student Recreation and Wellness Center (SRWC) will have snacks and chair massages offered to all students during finals week in the SRWC lobby. Also, all students who are enrolled in the fall 2014 semester have access to the SRWC until Sunday, Jan. 18.
The SRWC will remain open during winter intersession from Saturday, Dec. 20 to Sunday, Jan. 18. SRWC finals week and winter hours are below:
The 3rd Annual Spin and Give Spin-a-thon is on Tuesday, Nov. 25 from 4 to 7 p.m. in the Spin Zone area of the Student Recreation and Wellness Center (SRWC).
Participants can spin for 1-3 hours, but anyone who donates 5 cans of food and spins for at least one hour is entered into the opportunity drawing specifically for a 3G bike.