This column was a semester-long challenge to find the little reasons, and I hope at least one meant something to you.
Barring any injuries, I’ll just keep running, and I’m sure I’ll get there someday.
The miles passed, and the illness never made an appearance at the race. I felt good.
Each race is new and challenging, which makes conquering the pre-race fears and the race itself all the more satisfying.
Every senior in college has a few of those moments when they suddenly realize that things that happened in high school happened a very long time ago. I have a well-worn shirt from my glory days on the high school cross country team that is more than five years old. I’m not sure if I […]
Running along the beach was a fun experience, but I don’t feel guilty for skipping out on runs earlier in the week.
While short runs get the job done, there’s a difference between making running a part of your life and making it a part of your life that you enjoy.
My friends and I are currently training for a half-marathon in April. Our team name is a joke, but we’re definitely taking our training semi-seriously. Last week was the first time we ran more than five miles, and it’s the first time all year that I’ve felt a little apprehensive about running. I know that […]
It’ll probably be raining by the time this goes to print, which means everyone will skip their Friday classes and either stay in watching Netflix or contemplate going to the gym. It’s always a toss-up at the Lyon Center on rainy days. On the days I brave the precipitation for a gym session, I spend […]
Meghan Coyle writes about a student who runs to raise money for sexual violence prevention.