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[caption id="attachment_215" align="alignleft" width="225"] Raking leaves for "Bring it Back to Normal"[/caption] ESG-Omega Chapter, along with many other Illinois State University organizations and students, volunteered for the “Bring it Back to Normal” event. The event asks students to help local businesses and houses near campus by...

[caption id="attachment_208" align="alignleft" width="300"] Flash mob grooves to “Move Your Body.”[/caption] To kick off the start of the 2011-2012 school year, chapter members did a flash mob workout in coordination with the student recreation center and several groups during the College of Education and Human Services...

[caption id="attachment_200" align="alignleft" width="300"]5k participants 5k participants[/caption] The Out for Blood Duathlon and 5k has been an annual event for three years. The goals behind this race are to provide the community of Mount Pleasant, MI with a unique event to strive to be physically fit for, to encourage healthy behaviors and safety when being physically fit, and to bring all aspects of Mount Pleasant (campus populations, the community, and local businesses) together. The race is also a fundraiser for the Central Michigan chapter of the American Red Cross.
[caption id="attachment_194" align="alignleft" width="300"]Alpha Lambda Members Present Check Alpha Lambda members present check to Dr. Usdan[/caption] Eta Sigma Gamma Members from the Alpha Lambda Chapter spearheaded a campaign in an effort to aid The University of Alabama (UA) community in the wake of the devastating tornadoes of April 27, 2011. The EF-5 tornado that struck Tuscaloosa, Alabama on April 27 was the strongest ever to hit the area.
[caption id="attachment_156" align="alignright" width="211"]Instructor Julie Merten with senior Adrienne Williams Instructor Julie Merten with senior Adrienne Williams[/caption] The majority of UNF students report that they rarely or never text while driving, don’t smoke, have never used marijuana, rarely or never binge-drink, are eating their fruits and vegetables and get plenty of exercise. Our students are the picture of health. At least that’s what some of the preliminary results from a recent campus-wide student-health survey seem to indicate.