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April 2020, Press Releases

LIFE UNIVERSITY’S CENTER FOR CHIROPRACTIC RESEARCH LAUNCHES COVID-19 RESOURCE WEBSITE

Marietta, Georgia, April 23, 2020 – Life University’s Center for Chiropractic Research (CCR) recently launched a COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2) resource website. The resource site – designed with chiropractors in mind – provides links to government agencies and chiropractic-specific organizations, resources for practicing chiropractors, and scientific abstracts of chiropractic and immune system related research.

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Aysia Cortez

Aysia Cortez is in her final quarter at Life University, on track to graduate in June with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree. She plans to put her degree to use in the future, but first, Cortez is pursuing a career as an MMA fighter.

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Jessie Hulsey

Hulsey’s best advice for a new student is to make sure you get involved. “I struggled at Kennesaw because I didn’t join clubs and other social activities.” Currently, Hulsey is the treasurer for the Nutrition Club and the social media and events chair, and it has been really rewarding. Hulsey planned the nutrition fair for National Nutrition Month that was held at LIFE on March 5.

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Julia Vidallon

With the goal of winning Nationals in mind, Vidallon created a simple cardboard sign as an inspirational daily reminder. “It helped me think, ‘You are enough; you can achieve these things,’” she recalled. “Winning [a national championship] was really special to me because every single day, I was working so hard toward that goal. It was definitely an amazing experience for sure.”

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Cameron Bakkar

“When I went to college in Washington, D.C., I was always pushing myself to do more, and eventually felt like I couldn’t breathe. I really appreciate how the faculty, staff and students at Life University really take care of themselves,” said Cameron Bakkar, an Academic Support Coordinator in the Student Success Center. “Grades are obviously still important, but there’s a holistic recognition that they aren’t the only thing that makes up a person’s value. I love that energy.”

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Mack Beggs

In many ways, Mack Beggs is a typical college student. The 20-year-old is a sophomore at Life University and a student-athlete on the Life U men’s wrestling team, competing for the first season at the collegiate level after redshirting last year. Mack is also Health Science major, studying hard to excel academically.