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The Daily Evergreen

The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

Calamity Jane, a 3-year-old border collie, practices agility exercises, Feb. 24.

Research tackles injury in agility dogs

DAVID HUTNER, Evergreen reporter March 3, 2022

Researchers from WSU and University of California-Davis collaborated on a study to establish a correlation between risk factors and injury trends in agility dogs. Agility dog sports involve a handler...

I really want a safe place for girls to be able to go to feel like themselves and maybe to discover themselves,” said Anne Cox, WSU Department of Kinesiology and Educational Psychology associate professor.

Feeling the movement: Kinesiology professor connects exercise, body image

JAYCE CARRAL, Evergreen reporter May 28, 2021

A WSU kinesiology professor is developing a physical education program that will introduce girls aged 12 to 14 years to a wide range of movements that will help them feel more comfortable in their bodies.  Anne...

Whether at the gym, or in the comfort of your home, you can remain physically active during the pandemic.

OPINION: People should use virtual fitness programs, stay active during pandemic

PORTIA SIMMONS February 10, 2021

Quarantine has forced us to isolate ourselves in our homes. This can make certain activities tricky, such as working out. Since most gyms are not entirely open, many people have had to develop their own...

Yoga comes with a whole host of benefits, both mentally and physically.

OPINION: Yoga benefits mental, physical health

MADELINE GREER November 18, 2020

For many college students, there is always a time when we are stressed about an assignment, test or worried about passing a class. My first year of college did not go as expected, and my spring semester...

Its important to get out and get exercise, not just for physical health, but for mental health as well.

OPINION: Hiking improves mental health

PORTIA SIMMONS October 6, 2020

Since the beginning of quarantine, more people have been experiencing mental health issues like depression and anxiety. I have depression and anxiety, and COVID-19 has definitely worsened both. One...

Theres no shortage of things for Cougs to do to stay active and occupied.

OPINION: Stay busy and stay active

JOEY FRANKLIN September 1, 2020

The pandemic has put the whole world on lockdown, and states across America have issued stay-at-home mandates. Since the shutdown in March, people have struggled to find activities to entertain themselves...

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