Students, parents and faculty pictured above engaging in a Q&A session after the senior research symposium. Held on December 7, biology research students presented their extensive semester projects to a large and engaged audience. The annual event was the senior biology student’s last chance to showcase their biology expertise before going into the real world. Photo credit Ashley Sibisi.
By Adam Zirkelbach
The popular Christmas story and film, The Polar Express, has inspired a real life train ride to the north pole.
By Carli Whorton
Relaxing may seem like something you do after exams, but some students did just that during finals week. Continue reading “Spa day offers relief for stressed test-takers”
By Adam Zirchelbach
The holiday season is a time to be spent with family and friends indulging in delicious food and drink. This can make it hard, especially if you are trying to make healthier decisions and stay in shape. Here are a few ideas to help keep you on track.
Whenever you have the family breakfast or dinner, try to plan accordingly so you will only need to eat twice that day. For example, if your family eats lunch at 1 pm, you will probably eat breakfast and a late dinner but if you move the family lunch to a brunch around 11 am or 12 pm then you will only need to eat twice that day. This will significantly cut down your calorie in take that day.
Another great idea, that gets the whole family involved, is going for a walk. The best time might be after the main meal so you can have time to digest your food before dessert. Just getting out of the house and in the fresh air is worth it. Not only will you burn some calories but create conversation with family.
One option, which takes a little preparation, is to have prepared 3-4 days worth of healthy meals. That way when you get hungry, instead of snacking on the really delicious but unhealthy leftovers, you have a healthy option waiting to be warmed up.
For those who are of age, limiting the number of drinks you will consume will make for healthier choices. Drinks have a lot of fat and calories so by limiting yourself and choosing light beers will help you with your goals.
This is the holiday season and you should enjoy, so do not be worrying about how much food you eat during your family brunch or dinner, just enjoy.
By Carli Whorton
The NCAA DII basketball season has started, and the Alderson Broaddus Men’s Basketball team is looking to build on a successful start.
The Battlers roster features several returning players and some talented newcomers. Expectations to do well are high for this team, according to sophomore guard, Malik Bocook. Continue reading “Men’s basketball hopes talent and fan support will boost winning record”
Alderson Broaddus (7-2) outscored West Virginia Wesleyan (1-10) by 15 points in the second half, Tuesday night at Rex Pyles Arena, to win the game 68- 59. Mike Davis, lead scorer, finished the game with 21 points. The next home game is against a conference opponent, Lake Erie (6-3), at 7:30 pm.
Members of the Battler swim team keep their heads above the water in this photograph taken at Alderson Broaddus University. Katelyn Steigerwald celebrated a school record at a meet at The College of Wooster, December 1-3.
By Abby Smith
Wednesday November 29, the Alderson Broaddus swim team travelled to Wooster, Ohio for their mid season meet. The team experienced a lot of highs and lows in the four days from breaking a school record to being disqualified from a relay event. Continue reading “Swim team struggles and succeeds at Wooster Invitational”
From left to right: the characters Masha, Irina, and Olga of WVU School of Theatre & Dance’s production of the play “The Three Sisters.” Students of Alderson Broaddus University’s honors program traveled to Morgantown to see the play on Sunday, December 3. Photo courtesy of West Virginia University.
Philippi’s Volunteer Fire Department hoists Santa Claus in the Christmas Day Parade on Friday, December 1, 2017. Local schools, organizations and businesses participated in the half mile march down Main St., entertaining hundreds of spectators with music, candy, floats and dances. Photo credit Adam Zirkelbach.
By Adam Zirkelbach*
The athletic training education program (ATEP), which was first accredited in 2002, will graduate their last class in the Spring of 2018 because the school is not re-accrediting the program. Continue reading “New program may attract students but leave athletic trainers shorthanded”