No gym, no problem. Multimedia Reporter Eric Young talks to students as they find different ways to exercise with the HRC closed
The Butler HRC is offering workout classes over Instagram Live in order to encourage movement and physical fitness among students during self-quarantine.
Shana Markle, associate director of CCS, and Iris Mosah, a staff therapist within the CCS department, are adopting a new initiative at Butler called Let’s Talk: a drop-in consultation service offered four different times during the week at both the HRC and the Diversity Center.
Starting this fall, Scooter the therapy dog will be available during counseling appointments at Counseling and Consultation Services in the HRC.
Frequent users of the sauna in the HRC may be disappointed until after spring break. The sauna broke in mid-January after someone poured water onto the heating unit.
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.
The event, held at Butler’s Health and Recreation Complex, trained Butler students and staff on how and when EpiPens should be used to potentially save a life.
Here are a few ways you can begin to take advantage of your mornings and set yourself up for a great day.
Counseling and Consultations Services provides free individual and group therapy for students, but therapists leave after a year.
The HRC has put in place new rules that no longer allow for exposed backs or torsos.