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My wellness update

It’s week 5 and I’m still thoroughly enjoying my TurboKick class. I’ve made some friends—I don’t know their names, but we gravitate toward each other in class and roll our eyes and laugh at the same time when we feel like we’re going to pass out from a routine. Last week, we had a substitute more »

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Slow and steady

It’s week three in my wellness quest, and I generally have positive thoughts about my journey so far. My cover story for the April 14 issue of Athenaeum has been written and, needless to say, this has been the most hands-on research I’ve done for an article in a while. Here’s the great part: I more »

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Under the Hood: More about Team UNS, Part II

What’s a public relations department without writers? University News has several: Vienna Carvalho-McGrain covers student affairs and is the editor of the Athenaeum newsletter. Michelle Cometa writes about the College of Applied Science and Technology and the Kate Gleason College of Engineering. Will Dube covers the College of Liberal Arts as well as the Golisano more »

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What’s this wellness thing about, anyway?

Truth be told, I’m just an average Joe. Like so many of you, I’m in decent shape. I’m not overweight, my body mass index is within range and a recent physical and stress test proved that I’m generally healthy. But, as I get older, I have realized that the pounds aren’t melting away like they more »

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Under the Hood: More about Team UNS, Part I

In most of my posts so far, I’ve talked about what I do and how I’m adjusting. I briefly mentioned a couple of writers in a previous post, so I thought it would be helpful to introduce some of the other faces behind University News. Let’s start at the top: Bob Finnerty is our chief more »

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Athenaeum goes inside the world of ROTC

The next issue of RIT’s Athenaeum newsletter, which comes out Feb. 17, features a cover story dedicated to RIT’s Reserve Officers Training Program, more commonly known as ROTC. I wrote this story and really enjoyed the time I spent getting to know the students and staff who have made the decision to earn a degree more »

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