Wellness Wednesday series begins Jan. 26 – SUNY Cortland News

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In keeping with a university priority of well-being, each semester SUNY Cortland offers weekly encouragement to the campus and community to pursue a lifetime of good health.
The Spring 2022 “Wellness Wednesday Series” will be a mix of in-person programs and podcast episodes “Take 10 for You” that become available on Sound Cloud and Twitter.
Programs continue through the spring semester with topics that focus on fitness and healthy eating habits, mental health, hazing, having a safe spring break and substance abuse prevention.
Primarily sponsored by the Health Promotion Office, the events are free and open to the public.
A Spring 2022 Wellness Wednesday poster listing all the events can be found at the Health Promotion Wellness Wednesday webpage.
Events include:
For more information or accommodation to attend an event, contact Lauren Scagnelli, health educator, in Van Hoesen Hall, Room B-38, or at 607-753-2066.
Schenectady, N.Y., native Ilene Singer Knebel ’84 is the first $100,000 bonus round winner in 2022.
The annual men’s ice hockey team #stopsuicide charity game and resource fair is Friday, Jan. 28.
Jayson Rivera’s remarkable academic turnaround earned him a Norman R. McConney, Jr. Award.
Face coverings are an important step in preventing the spread of COVID-19.
Student art supporting Black Lives Matter will be installed in Moffett Center.
Cortland is the top-ranked team from New York state.
News on the passing of Edward P. Caffarella Jr.
Fifteen artists’ work is deeply imprinted with the effects of the two-year pandemic.  
The theme of this issue of Columns is coming home to SUNY Cortland.
The new Institute for DIII Athlete Well-being and Athletic Leadership hosts a Feb. 7 online event.
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