University Times

Virtual Reality: A New Way to Exercise

Axel Munoz (left) follows along with the movements of the research participant as he goes through a virtual reality bike ride.

Christopher Lazaro, Staff Reporter

October 8, 2019

For over a year, Dr. Stefan Keslacy and graduate student Hai Tran of the Kinesiology department have been developing research that questions if stimulating the brain using a Playstation 4 and a VR headset can benefit the human body while aging. “With age, brain fitness decreases and it can lead to cognitiv...

Going Down With the Ship

Kyle Frizol, Editor In Chief

February 18, 2019

In the face of insufferable politicians, elected officials, oil executives and corporations, climate change has been written off as an inconvenient improbability, swept behind the priorities of their profits, votes, and re-election support. Call it what you will; global warming or climate change is...

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