The Office of Sustainability is holding an e-waste recycling collection drive. The entire community is invited to bring any acceptable e-waste to these drives to dispose of them in the most environmentally friendly way.
QPR training helps the UH Coog community learn how to ask the suicide question; how to persuade the person to contact help, and how to identify referral options. At UH we look out for each other.
UH students, staff and faculty will be able to shop for locally sourced and produced food items without having to leave campus at the UH Farmers Market. Cougar Cash and Shasta Bucks are accepted.
Super fun times
Maximize your strength by learning the fundamentals and progression of power lifting in a small group setting under the guidance of a power lifting coach. Register by February 9.
Learn how to increase your awareness skills, build on techniques for avoiding physical threats, and establish a solid foundation for safe kicking, punching, and falling at the Rec’s Self Defense class. Personal protection does not need to be fancy; we keep it simple to keep you safe. Register by 2/1.
Rec Running is a 6-week program that is structured on Mondays and Wednesdays to teach running techniques to get faster and avoid injuries. You will learn how to develop workouts and fuel your body. Team up and take on a 5K together. All levels of fitness are welcome.
In partnership with A.D Bruce Religion Center, Student Centers will screen ‘Miracles from Heaven.’ Based on a true story of a young girl living with an untreatable disorder, this story follows a leap of faith that occurs when young Ana starts to show signs of recovery, which could bring her back to her family.