Soccer, Studies and Athletic Analysis with Matheus Brandao – Podcast
Soccer is more than just a sport, it is something of a way of life for the dedicated players and fans here at Life U and farther afield. Matheus Brandao is early on in his career, trying to see how to turn his commitment to sports and athletics analysis into a lifelong professional passion. He currently serves as a Graduate Assistant for Life U Men’s Soccer, while completing his studies as a B.S in Computer Information Systems and Technology (CIST) student.
Living that Dorm Life? Helpful Hints for a Happy Roommate Relationship
College typically means major life transitions, and one huge aspect of that revolves around living spaces. This is especially true for students living in a dormitory environment for the first time. Life’s Village Retreat and The Commons residence halls both offer stellar accommodations and a great sense of community, but it can still be daunting to share space and learn how to get along with new people in close quarters.
Reconfiguring the collegiate landscape, looking at how to better welcome ‘non-traditional’ students
One delightful aspect of the Life University (Life U) student body makeup is the fact that we support students from all different walks of life. For example, as recorded in the Fall 2022 Annual University Fact Book, 67 percent of Life U students are pursuing…
Translating Military Service Skills to Civilian Life and Chiropractic with Dustin Biggerstaff – Podcast
Chiropractic and care for active military servicemen, women and veterans has been intertwined for many years. In fact, many people are first introduced to the benefits of chiropractic through first experiencing it through care received during military service. That was the case for Dustin Biggerstaff, a U.S. Marine Corps veteran who is now a Life U D.C. student. Biggerstaff discusses the adjustment and transitionary period into the civilian workforce that is often very jarring for veterans, as well as how chiropractic has helped his life personally and now professionally.
Cut out the noise! Hearing Protection Tips
Listen up. It’s not easy to quiet the world when you live, work and study in close quarters with fellow college students. However, hearing loss is a common and often debilitating problem that is relatively simple enough to prevent but very difficult to correct once the damage is already done. Take some measures now to drown out the noise. Your ears will thank you.
Building on Blair Upper Cervical Technique with Dr. Charmaine Herman – Podcast
Dr. Charmaine Herman, Professor of Clinical Sciences, speaks at length about Blaire Upper Cervical Technique and how it can improve patient outcomes. She is club advisor for the Blair UC Technique Club and the Student American Black Chiropractic Association (SABCA). Dr. Herman is a board member for the International Chiropractors Association (ICA) and was awarded a Fellow of the ICA in April 2023.
Sparking Inspiration With Computer Science Podcasts
Keeping up with the latest tech talk is something of a daunting task. For Life University (Life U) B.S. in Computer Information Systems and Technology students, it’s vital to stay up to date on major changes in a field that is constantly experiencing reinvention and…
Research Series- Harnessing Data for Knowledge of Pregnancy Outcomes with Lauren Bruss – Podcast
Pregnancy can be a tumultuous and anxiety-ridden time for mothers-to-be. Can chiropractic make that process any easier and even possibly positively affect birth outcomes? That is the question that Lauren Bruss, D.C. student and RISE scholar, seeks to explore in her research project through Life University. This special research series is co-hosted by Erin Gilligan, Project Coordinator of Research & Scholarly Activity.
Stay Sharp Online and Beyond: Common Scams College Students Should Know to Avoid
College can be a confusing and stressful period in a person’s life. Unfortunately, unscrupulous people often take advantage of college students through increasingly conniving means, so it’s best to have an idea of what you are potentially up against.
Faces of LIFE: Amy Richmond
Education has been a top priority in Amy Richmond’s life, as she has completed a bachelor’s program, a master’s program, a doctoral program and now, professional degree program as a Doctor of Chiropractic student at Life University (Life U). Richmond worked in college sports medicine as an athletic trainer for almost a decade.