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Crossfit is the new fitness buzzword

Maddie Irvin, Peace Times Writer

February 8, 2013

Crossfit is an elite fitness and conditioning program that has gained a serious following, not only in the United States, but internationally as well. The Crossfit Games are held annually and shown all over ESPN, where the “Fittest...

Students and faculty de-stress with yoga

Daniella Christy, Peace Times Writer

February 8, 2013

Yoga has always been a great workout tool and offers many benefits that help the students and faculty at William Peace University. “I think yoga helps with stress because it gives time to just take a step back and relax without...

WPU students getting fit

Elledeia Ijames, Peace Times Writer

February 4, 2013

Spring break and summer are just on the horizon and there are a lot of people on the William Peace University campus who are utilizing ways to get that ideal bathing suit bod. Many students say they are beginning to start everything...

The life of an egg donor

The life of an egg donor

January 31, 2013

The transfer process

Callie Faulkner, Peace Times Writer

January 31, 2013

Many students often transfer in and out of colleges for specific needs or reasons. After at least one semester in college, some students may decide that the school they were attending was not the school for them. The next step...

WPU Spirit Week a success

January 31, 2013

WPU Runner’s Guide

Trea Brady, Peace Times Staff Writer

January 31, 2013

Do you enjoy running? Not sure what would be the best route to burn the most calories? I have calculated a route around downtown Raleigh that is sure to get your blood pumping, and even help you look fit and trim in time for summer...

Spring Break on a Budget

Brittaney Crudup, Peace Times Staff Writer

January 31, 2013

Spring break is a time for students to kick back, relax and have fun without worrying about the burdens of homework. “I love when spring break comes, because it is a time for me to get away from school and the stress and...

The puppy mill problem

Lauren Beaver, Peace Times Staff Writer

January 30, 2013

Within the past year, puppy mill investigations have increased a drastic amount, particularly in the state of North Carolina. Heidi Miller, president of HEART Pet Rescue states, “Our community needs to work together to...

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