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The Big Leagues: Life U Athletic Director Jayme Pendergast Featured in Regional Sports Industry Highlight

October 13, 2023 – Marietta, Georgia – In a recent edition of Cobb County’s foremost monthly publication – The Cobb Connection – female leaders were highlighted for their impact in the regional sports industry. Life U’s very own Director of Athletics, Jayme Pendergast, was recognized for her trajectory as a leading woman in the sports industry.

Athletics, CGUS, Podcast, Slice of LIFE

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.

Slice of LIFE, Students

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.

Chiropractic, Podcast, Slice of LIFE

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.