By Claire Meaney, Climbing Wall Staff Member and Climbing Club Member
This year, Temple Climbing Club branched out to compete in more local competitions, and even took on a new challenge of competing at a national level. This culminated in the club sending eight students to USA Climbing Collegiate Nationals in San Diego at the end of April. Despite having never competed in the national circuit before, Temple University Climbing Club managed to place 14th out of 59 collegiate teams.
By: Emiliee Bryson, SSDAC Rep and Graduating Student Staff Member
I was ready to graduate college before it even began. I would fantasize over the “perfect” job and where I was going to live and what my next chapter in life would be like once I finally graduated.
By Alyssa Ghilardi
Okay. Hike. Run up 20 yards. Sharp cut left. Stop. Duck right. Yes, I’m open. See QB. QB sees me. I’m open. Wait, I’m open. QB sees me open. Wait, QB has locked in. QB is throwing the ball to me. I’m open. This is it. I have to catch this ball. It’s coming. It’s flying. I’m still open. Hands up. In the diamond. That’s how you do it, yea? Yes! Okay, hands up, oh my gosh. Here we go. CATCH. I caught the ball. TOUCHDOWN! First points up on the board. No way had I just done that! Hold on though, I totally just did that.
By Alyssa Ghilardi
If you’re like me, being a part of a team can mean more than playing the sport itself. That is, when you have a team that starts to feel less like people you occasionally play with and more like friends you work to win with. Joining Campus Recreation’s intramural league has been the highlight of my soon to be quick two years at Temple University. It’s not just about the play, it’s about the team. My girls and I, we’re on a mission.
By: Casey McCue, Undergraduate Marketing Major
Among the many events that Campus Rec has to offer is the notorious Net Night. Anyone who wants to join can come and play any net game of your choosing. From volleyball to badminton to table tennis! You get to choose. The best part is, no registration and it’s free of charge!
By: Erica Rudy, Campus Recreation Community Service CREW member
Swim for MS is a water-based event that can be done in any pool, at any time. Campus Recreation’s Community Service Crew has hosted a Swim for MS day, during regular pool hours at Pearson Pool 30, for the past few years. While each year has been a success, we need your help in continuing this success for the 2016 MS Awareness Month of March.