Spooky Season

It’s getting to be the time of year, spooky season. The time where leaves are changing color, the air is getting brisk, and tests are creeping up! Some call it spooky season because the three months we have of fall is also a three month long Halloween, but for college students, spooky season is test “season”. The same time leaves change, so does the pace of our classes. The first weeks of introduction and basic information are over. With test coming, so does anxiety for some people. Here are three ways to help avoid test anxiety: Continue reading

Tips From a Senior

Queue up the Thin Lizzy track because the Hawks are back in town. That’s right it’s your favorite Fitness Supervisor Harv back to slap some knowledge on y’all. Sit back and relax upperclassmen because this is geared towards the freshman, with that being said if you find my advice applicable that’s awesome! Before I give you my tips and tricks I’m going to tell you what not to do. When I came in as a freshman I was very focused on the wrong things and was a bit of an introvert. I stayed in my room and went home a lot on the weekends. My first semester at UWW was not one for the books to say the least. It took me until my junior year to really unlock my full potential as a member of this university. Continue reading

Reason to Hit The Gym This Semester

Welcome back Warhawks! It is the start of a new year with new schedules. It is important to start the semester out strong and to get into a good routine right off that bat. Take a look at your schedule and find a time that will work for you to get to the gym. Scheduling a designated workout time from the start will encourage you to actually make it to the gym and also help you to keep going.

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