Posts Tagged ‘healthy’

  • vegetablesWEB

    Students continue healthy dieting tactics

    Jan 29, 20 • 428 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    Whether you are a freshman or senior, moving into college after any break can come with a bit of culture shock. With new people, classes and things to do, it can be easy for students to slip into a rather unhealthy lifestyle. That is why it’s important for...

  • Harlee

    New Year’s resolutions: Make them any time of year

    Jan 17, 17 • 894 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    Well, I guess it is finally time to say welcome back. After a well-deserved and much needed break from all the stress of school, we are back and at it again in a brand-new year. I hope that everyone else is as excited to jump back into things as I am. With...

  • cookingclassy.com

    Recipe for success: No-bake energy cookies

    Apr 20, 16 • 2000 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    With finals quickly approaching, students will be spending more time than ever hitting the books, which naturally leads to the study munchies. We’ve all been there and there’s nothing worse than really getting into your study grind and having your stomach...

  • 100_3116

    How to snack healthy on campus

    Feb 17, 16 • 1562 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    You’re between classes and the vending machine is tempting you full of its candy bars, bagged chips, sunflower seeds and trail mix packets. For a brief moment, you think about making a good decision today and going for the nuts and seeds but the Twix is...

  • Wellness

    12th annual Wellness Fair held on campus

    Feb 3, 16 • 1576 Views • News, Top StoriesNo Comments

    Gannon University’s health initiative, Good For U, hosted the 12th annual Wellness Fair Tuesday at the Recreation and Wellness Center. Good For U seeks to promote wellness on Gannon’s campus and show people that wellness encompasses more than just...

  • tomatoes

    Eat for the week: Meal planning strategies

    Jan 20, 16 • 1024 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    I have been married for five months. My husband eats like a truck driver and I eat like what I think to be normal portions. It took me a bit to figure out how to cook for two and how to cook portions so when divvied out, my husband had enough to eat. Here’s...