Back at full capacity, the HRC works to continue protecting student health
Multimedia Reporter Mave Van Etten gives a break down on how to use the HRC while also having a safe work out.
Multimedia Reporter Catalina Gallegos has campus updates while Multimedia Reporter Maeve Van Etten gives a break down of how to use the HRC this year.
The HRC is open for users with new safety protocols including a reservation system, mandatory masks and socially distanced equipment.
No gym, no problem. Multimedia Reporter Eric Young talks to students as they find different ways to exercise with the HRC closed
Kristin and Nicki are back from break with news about the HRC’s pool, parking meters by Scotty’s Dawghouse and Metro Diner and a new Executive Director for the Butler Arts Center.
The HRC has yet to replace Kristyn Watts, former assistant director of recreation and wellness for aquatics and operations, leaving student employees to take on extra responsibilities.
This year’s theme is “Knock Out Cancer,” and there will be self-defense training and kickboxing lessons to coincide.
Flu shot did not help in preventing students from contracting the disease.
The HRC has put in place new rules that no longer allow for exposed backs or torsos.