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The Olympics

The Olympic Games bring together the world’s most premier athletes every four years, and the seemingly small Life University in Marietta, Georgia has had a remarkably big impact on many of these athletes competing for medals on the grandest stage. Many of our wonderful alumni...
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Faces of LIFE – Keanya Harris

Keanya Harris is an Academic Support Coordinator in the Student Success Center at Life University. She was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, and her family is from the South as well. Her mother is from Mobile, Alabama, and all her family is tight-knit and live in Georgia. She has had the opportunity to work at Kennesaw State University as well as Southern Polytechnic before the merge.

Slice of LIFE, THROWBACK THURSDAY

February 2018: SCC Encouragement Table

#TBT to February 2018 when the Life University Student Success Center (SCC) created this amazing Encouragement table! The SSC strives to enhance the student learning experience by providing services that enable our students to develop competencies to enrich the individual’s educational experience, contributing to the student...
Slice of LIFE, WELLNESS WEDNESDAY

The Importance of Sunlight

"Suspended lion face Spilling at the centre Of an unfurnished sky How still you stand, And how unaided Single stalkless flower You pour unrecompensed." From, “Solar” by Philip Larkin The heat of the summer shifts all of our habits. We try to find the subtle...
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The Science of Meditation

Google Scholar turns up almost 700,000 research documents on meditation, among them imaging studies that show the many physical and mental health benefits of meditation, including decreased pain, better immune function, less anxiety and depression, a heightened sense of well-being, and greater happiness and emotional...
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Faces of LIFE – Haley Turpin

Growing up in a family full of college athletes helped Life University Doctor of Chiropractic student Haley Turpin start thinking about how the human body works.

“We love sports,” Turpin said. “We’ve always had great conversations about the body and training, always having that drive to do something bigger and harder, and I’m very thankful that I had family conversations and lessons about that.”