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Sun Devils take wellness seriously. Learn how your fellow classmates lead a healthy lifestyle through exercise, eating and self-care. Get tips about how to get a great workout in at a Sun Devil Fitness Complex, how to eat well at the dining hall, and how to balance an active lifestyle with a busy schedule.
When life gets hectic, self-care is usually the first thing to go. Find out how ASU students recommend prioritizing self-care in 2019.
It’s that time of the semester. Planners are filling up, assignments are being piled on, and the hours of sleep are becoming few and far between. Learn about some tips on how to de-stress and take care of yourself as finals approach.
In October six athletes and nine student trainers completed the inaugural class of a new program that is committed to empowering athletes with disabilities.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. What is domestic violence, and how can you identify signs of abuse in relationships?
Have you seen giant Jenga sets or other games set up around your ASU campus? A group of students who promote play and wellness topics have been reaching Sun Devils between classes to encourage health, well-being and self care.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Find out what Sun Devils are doing to raise awareness about sexual assault, relationship violence, resources and healthy relationships at ASU.
Read about one student’s journey to becoming an ASU student yoga fitness instructor at the Sun Devil Fitness Center.
ASU’s Recovery Rising celebrated National Recovery Month by spreading awareness about well-being resources in the context of addiction to alcohol and other drugs.
A spa night event at the ASU West campus introduced 60 students to the diverse wellness resources that ASU offers. Similar events are hosted across campuses.
Jewish Sun Devils tell ASU Student Life what it’s like to celebrate away from home and how they’re marking Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur.
Find out the many benefits of participating in intramural sports at ASU: competition, friendship, fitness and more.
There’s a lot more the campus community can do after Denim Day to raise awareness and prevent sexual violence. They can start by “challenging cultural norms by calling out comments that blame victims or minimize behaviors that can lead to violence,” said Julie Alvarez, an ASU junior who works with the Sexual and Relationship Violence Prevention Program.
ASU’s new arts-based sexual violence prevention programming, CounterAct, started with the aim to change our communities and relationships.
For many ASU students, meditation, faith and spirituality are vital within their daily lives and Interfaith and Harmony Week (Feb. 1 -7) celebrates the positive impacts that can result from this way of life.
With the end of the semester approaching, finals can be intimidating. University Academic Success Programs tutors offer tips on how they get prepared for finals.
In a given year, approximately one in five adults in the U.S. will experience mental illness, according to the National Alliance on Mental Illness. For Arizona State University graduate student Michelle Di Muria, these statistics hit home.