Post Tagged with: "Lifelong Wellness"

Instructor looks to empower women through self-defense

Instructor looks to empower women through self-defense

By Lindsey Schibelhut, Staff Reporter. Up to 7 in 10 women around the world experience physical and/or sexual violence at some point in their lifetime, according to the UN’s UNiTE campaign to end violence against women at www.un.org. Whether you are on a college campus or just living your daily life, it’s important to know how to protect yourself against […]

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Mermaids spotted in campus pool

Mermaids spotted in campus pool

By Josephine Norris, Photo Editor. If you were to ask women young and old “Who has ever dreamt of swimming as a mermaid?” odds are that quite a few hands would be raised. Mermaids have been a cultural symbol with depictions of these creatures in myths, books and movies such as “ The Little Mermaid.” They’ve even become the focus […]

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Instructor examines self-defense and self-awareness in martial arts course

Instructor examines self-defense and self-awareness in martial arts course

By PHILIP WINTERSTEIN, Staff Reporter.  Lifelong Wellness courses often deal with maintaining health, using unique methods and instruments. Aikido, and other martial arts, focus on maintaining these methods in everyday life. Adjunct Professor Rolland Auman, Bay City, has taught Tae Kwon Doe at Delta College for 25 years. He said he began learning and training in Martial Arts 43 years […]

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Ballet professor teaches at a different rhythm

Ballet professor teaches at a different rhythm

By PHILIP WINTERSTEIN, Staff Reporter. Among the many classes in the Lifelong Wellness section, unique classes such as Fencing I and BOSU Ball Training have gained a crowd of students that continue to ask for extensions of those classes.  Likewise, Delta’s Ballet I is no exception. Sandra Black of Midland has taught Ballet 1 at Delta College as an adjunct […]

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Instructor shows students how BOSU is right for you

Instructor shows students how BOSU is right for you

  By PHILIP WINTERSTEIN, Staff Reporter.  In addition to classes such as Tae Kwon Do, fencing and other unique fitness activities, the Fitness Center includes a class that utilizes a very different instrument that can be used for a large variety of exercises. The class, named after its instrument, is called BOSU Ball Training. The course, taught by Renee Hoppe, […]

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Student find the fundamentals of fencing

Student find the fundamentals of fencing

By PHILIP WINTERSTEIN, Staff Reporter. Delta College offers various courses that many students may not catch at first glance when searching for classes for their next semester.  Nonetheless, over the years, one of these classes has been growing more popular as the amount of students on the waitlist has reached double digits on a regular basis. Joseph Rivet, the adjunct […]

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