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Pullman would benefit from cannabis yoga

Pullman would benefit from cannabis yoga

JACOB MOORE, Evergreen recreation editor

August 11, 2017


Filed under Columns, Recreation, Sports

Pullman needs cannabis yoga. Such a business would take advantage of residents’ interest in marijuana while improving on the region’s lack of recreational opportunities. Joel Benjamin, director and teacher at Seattle’s Yogasmith offers one of the few platforms in the nation for cannabis-enhanced...

Smart bikes to replace Green Bikes soon

Smart bikes to replace Green Bikes soon

JACOB MOORE, Evergreen recreation editor

July 19, 2017


Filed under Recreation, Sports

University Recreation is currently in the process of scouting out potential vendors to take the place of Green Bikes at WSU. Ben Phaneuf, coordinator of the Green Bike Program and Outdoor Recreation Rental Shop, said that smart bikes — which would replace Green Bikes — may be on campus as soon as...

Cliff jumping at Granite Point discouraged by rangers

Cliff jumping at Granite Point discouraged by rangers

JACOB MOORE, Evergreen recreation editor

July 19, 2017


Filed under Recreation, Sports

Located roughly 20 miles outside Pullman, Granite Point is monitored by park rangers to satisfy that safety regulations are being met. On more than one occasion, cliff jumping has led to injury or death, prompting a ban on jumping or diving from “the cliffs,” as it is nicknamed. Park Ranger of...

Campus resources advise healthy habits

JACOB MOORE, Evergreen recreation editor

July 12, 2017


Filed under Recreation, Sports

Staying physically fit may pose a challenge for students who are occupied with classes, jobs and social lives. But it can be done, said Matthew Atwell, coordinator of fitness services and education for University Recreation. The key to staying fit is making physical health a priority, Atwell said....

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