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Why You Should Grow Your Own Food

Emma Surber Emma Surber Why You Should Grow Your Own Food

Shopping for fruits and vegetables at the grocery store or your local market can sometimes be a maddening ordeal. From the expensive prices of organic produce to picking up every apple that has a bruise, it can make a person crazy. Stressors like this is why learning how to grow your own fruits and vegetables […]

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Dirtlab Bushcraft Offers Classes to Help You Survive in the Wilderness

Anne Evans Anne Evans Dirtlab Bushcraft Offers Classes to Help You Survive in the Wilderness

Even though during my childhood, I often went on hikes and explored nature, these days, I most likely would not have a clue about how to survive in the wilderness if I had to. The first thing that pops into my head is, I sure hope I have unlimited arrows and one of those tree […]

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April Fools: How to Infiltrate a CrossFit Cult

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott April Fools: How to Infiltrate a CrossFit Cult

When I write about food on CU, I get maybe 300 article shares on Facebook. When Mitch Potterf writes about fitness, he gets 12,000 article shares on Facebook. It’s not a matter of being competitive or anything, but… it’s time to start writing about fitness. A middle aged person who exercises and has zero certifications […]

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When a Pet Chooses You

Anne Evans Anne Evans When a Pet Chooses You

When Kitty Brigham’s boyfriend was on a business trip to New York, he happened upon a box of free puppies. “Dave was not of a mind to own a puppy – his job has him on the road a lot – but since he was not looking forward to getting back on the road, he […]

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I’d Rather Be A Stripper: Maintaining Perspective At Physique Shows

 Christine Leigh Hannon I’d Rather Be A Stripper: Maintaining Perspective At Physique Shows

Don’t get me wrong, there is nothing wrong with wanting to look good naked. Just ask yourself, who’s judging.

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Bike OSU’s Winter Bike Show returns for fourth year

Anne Evans Anne Evans Bike OSU’s Winter Bike Show returns for fourth year

Anyone who loves bikes will want to check out the Fourth Annual Winter Bike Show at the Knowlton School of Architecture tomorrow evening. The Winter Bike Show is the showcase event for Bike OSU, a a student-run bicycle organization dedicated to creating a safe and fun cycling community for the university. Started in the Fall […]

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The Big Asana: Yoga for Living Large!

 Nancy Alkire The Big Asana: Yoga for Living Large!

“There’s ‘THE LOOK’ you get when you are a certain size,” says Yoga on High teacher Joyce Eubanks. “It’s a judgment that is always being made about you and has yet it has nothing to do with who you are.” For those who have received “the Look” and felt they couldn’t fit into a regular […]

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