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The Student Recreation Center is now open. Due to ongoing work on the chillers' mechanical systems, staff will monitor the weather and adjust the building hours if the temperature is unsafe for physical activity.

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Hobbies At Home; Trying to Find Normalcy : Hobbies At Home; Trying to Find Normalcy

Here’s How Musician And Volleyball Player Are Practicing At Home

Being stuck at home during quarantine means that many of us have had to change our routines. Statewide lockdowns mean that restaurants, stores and gyms that we frequented before COVID-19 are no longer accessible. I live in Ohio, and we’ve been on lockdown for over a month. Over this time, I have developed a daily quarantine routine that mostly revolves around juggling 18 credit hours of online classes. My brother Jake, a sophomore in high school, admittedly spends a significant portion of quarantine playing on his PS4. We’ve both been trying to keep up with our hobbies, despite having to stay home. Both of us are volleyball players, and my brother also plays percussion in his school’s marching band.

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Using Quarantine to Connect: Using Quarantine to Connect

Because of a public quarantine from a global pandemic, families are starting to realize how much they actually need one another.

With classes being turned online and many moving back home to finish out the semester, for some, it is inevitable to be living directly with family members. As many may have seen, being cooped up with family can be a bit frustrating and makes us lose full connection to those we love.

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Campus Recreation’s Online Fitness Series: Campus Recreation’s Online Fitness Series

Learn about our newest online fitness series and stay active with us from home!

Campus Recreation has officially launched its first ever Online Fitness Series. During the University wide closure, Campus Recreation wanted to be able to serve our community and provide an easy way for everyone to keep active at this time.

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