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Exercise is smart for your heart – and makes you smarter

02 NOV 2012
Study shows that high-intensity training boosts cognitive function

A regular exercise routine can make you fitter than ever – mentally fit.

In a new study, previously sedentary adults were put through four months of high-intensity interval training. 440 more words

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Interning at the Glendale Chamber of Commerce

Before starting this internship at the Glendale Chamber of Commerce I had no idea how much work chambers really do for their members. On top of all the internal work they have to do to keep the chamber office running, they  create and hold member events, they advertise for their members and create tools that make it easier for  members to connect with other businesses and new customers. 292 more words

Arizona

Voices: Costumes, candy and cultural appropriation

Ever since I began college, I’ve had to brace myself for Halloween and the inevitable smorgasbord of racism it brings. It seems that every year when the air begins to chill, the autumn leaves begin to fall and pumpkin spice everything goes on sale, people think it’s okay to pretend to be another race for a day. 858 more words

VOICES FROM CAMPUS

Justin Steckman on Comedy

Everyone loves to laugh, but the real joy of comedy is possessing the innate ability to spread laughter by any means necessary. Justin Steckman speaks about the joy of comedy, his love for making an impact upon others, and what he is up to in regards to staying active in the college comedy scene. 7 more words

Comedy

Perks of Being a Senior | Senior Year Adventures

One of the best things about being a senior is getting your senior pictures done…well at least it’s one of my favorite things :) Brooke from… 216 more words

Personal

Bees decrease food intake, live longer when given compound found in red wine

05 OCT 2012
ASU researchers have confirmed that not only does resveratrol, a compound found in red wine, extend the lifespan of honey bees by 33 to 38 percent, it also changes the decisions that bees make about food by triggering a “moderation effect” when they eat. 642 more words

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Street art and alligators: Memories of a DJNF digital intern

Two weeks after graduating with my bachelor’s degree from a small public university in Virginia, I found myself boarding a plane bound for Phoenix, Arizona. I was one of 11 journalism students chosen for the Dow Jones News Fund digital internship program. 835 more words