Next Wednesday May 4th from 6-8 PM the Peer Health Educators will be back in the Malley Center Lobby for a Wellness Wednesday. Each month the Peer Health Educators come to the Malley Center to share their knowledge of a topic. This week topic is Lupus, join us on May 4 from 6-8 PM @Malley lobby, and spread the wellness around.
Friday, April 22, 2016
Thursday, April 21, 2016
http://jesuitcup.com/index.html. Hope to see you all there!!
Monday, April 11, 2016
Friday, April 8, 2016
The National Collegiate Boxing Association (NCBA) is hosting its 40th national
championship this year in the West, Midwest, and Eastern areas of the United
States. However, this year will mark the third year that women are able to
compete. Santa Clara University’s Cameron McCarthy will be competing in this
year’s championship. Cameron is a junior here at SCU studying Business
Management and Political Science. She began boxing at Santa Clara University on
a whim and fell in love with the sport. She even kept up with the sport while studying
abroad in Argentina. When asked about her experience, she said, “I boxed with a
world champion boxer, Miguel Angel Castellani. After my program ended I
volunteered with Fight for Peace, in Rio de Janiero, Brazil for three weeks. I
worked in a poor favela, Complexo de Mare, and helped empower girls through
boxing. It was the most incredible experience of my life. I really hope I am able to
go back.” As she is going to be completing her 11th fight this week, Cameron
reminds us that boxing has taught her more about her passions and herself than
anything that she has encountered before. Campus Recreation wishes her luck in
her journey through the championships!
Thursday, April 7, 2016
Joe has been a Malley employee for almost 4 years now. He is originally from Hawaii and is a Bioengineering major. He has been an incredible asset to the Campus Recreation team and is an extremely hard worker. We are lucky to have had him with us for the past four years and wish him nothing but the best after graduation! Congrats Joe!!
Lexie is a junior Biology major that has been the president of the equestrian team for two years now. She competes in the IHSA(intercollegiate horse show association) as a part of the equestrian team. The division she was placed into upon joining the team as a freshman was the Intermediate Fences, the second most advanced division. This placement was based on her high school (and earlier) competition results. Part of the IHSA is a system of advancing through the divisions upon accumulating enough points, based on show results. When a rider reaches 35 points, they are qualified for the post season in that division and subsequently move up to the next (more advanced) division. This year, Lexie "pointed out" of Intermediate fences, which qualified her for regional finals. The top two from regionals (bay area schools) move onto zones (all west coast schools), and the top two from zones move onto nationals! This weekend, Lexie won her class at zone finals which qualified her for nationals in Lexington, KY. Congrats Lexie and good luck at Nationals!!