15 May 2015

Rucker lives to ride and dive

Bill Rucker still holds on tight to his enjoyment of scuba diving and motorcycles, more than a decade after a bike accident in the Rocky Mountains cost him his left leg. Rucker, adjunct professor of exercise & sports studies, compares his experience in the water with how he believes birds feel

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13 May 2015

“I love you” takes on a new meaning on campus

McKenzie Brown- Guest columnist At first glance, the concept of loss seems easy to quantify. The Nepali members of our Wesleyan family have had a lot to quantify as of late. As of April 29, more than 4,800 people are dead and more than 9,200 people are injured after a

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13 May 2015

Getting through class is half the battle

The end of the year is a lot like driving with the gas light on. You’re completely aware that you are on your last gallon of gas. You keep reminding yourself to make it to the nearest gas station. You panic about the fact you are so close to your

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13 May 2015

Rast humbled by hall of fame induction

Dr. Pam Rast didn’t know what to say. Weeks ago, when she was told by a friend that she was going to be inducted into the Southwest Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame this summer, she was shocked. The woman that told her, an old friend, “said she was going

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