This week, I spoke to Eric Williamson, a nutritionist, to find out what we should be eating to optimize our health and boost immunity. Along the way, I poke at all the bears: vitamin supplements (are they necessary??), weird diets and the mysterious transformation in which foods that are Very Bad For You become superfoods.
In which I realize running with friend beats running alone, even if they can run much faster for much longer than you can.
The downside of staying longer on campus is hunger, and ill-advised fast food purchases.
‘Tis the season of horrible illness. I should know. I’ve spent the past week suffering.
In which I find out what a fit mix is, and enjoy myself more than I believed possible.
The stakes were high. There were free things to be obtained.
It’s so unbelievably good to disconnect completely from the ceaseless cycle of deadlines that is university academics.
What makes me feel anxious, and what helps me when I feel this way.
Last week, I conducted a thorough interrogation friendly interview of four first-year students who’ve managed to make time for physical activity alongside academics. I noticed that all four of them had stuff in common, stuff that could potentially help anyone…
I interrogate (I mean, interview) some fellow first-years about how they’re staying active while staying on top of academics.