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How to stay active and motivated during quarantine

How to stay active and motivated during quarantine

Caroline Steidley, Writer

May 24, 2020

  These past few weeks, I’m sure you’ve gained a lot of free time. Maybe too much free time. Lately, I’ve needed to release my energy, and I’m sure a lot of people can relate. I sit on my couch, trying to motivate myself to get up and exercise. Having so much freedom and not being able to play spor...

Reflections

“With my own confidence, [I know] my personality is going to take me much farther in life,” Mary said. “That’s the way God intended it to be.

Charlotte Heinrich, features + in-depth editor

March 1, 2019

Mary stopped her followers mid-scroll Jan. 6, 2019. Photos of her unsucked-in, relaxed stomach showed on her Instagram account that day, and not by accident. “I posted those photos because I see all the perfect people on Instagram,” Mary said. “When I don’t pose perfectly, I don’t look like ...

Tips to surviving school

Tips to surviving school

Adele Baughman, features writer

February 2, 2016

For students, stress is inevitable. It feels like there is always something teenagers should be doing instead of relaxing.  Although everyone is dealing with different problems, the last few months of school have no doubt taken a toll on many teens’ bodies. Here are some easy ways to help improve...

Worth the weight

Worth the weight

Annie Murphy, features writer

February 11, 2015

According to www.frac.org , more than two-thirds of American adults are struggling with obesity. With the 50,000 fast food restaurants in America and other temptations our society holds, many people try to find ways to stay in shape. Some of those ways are going to the gym daily, dieting or particip...

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