Faces of LIFE- Brad Walker
D.C student, Former Olympic Track & Field Athlete (Pole Vault) and Current Coach “Chiropractic, Coaching and the Olympics” Brad Walker moved around a good bit growing up, but he considers Spokane, Washington home. Walker attended the University of Washington for his undergraduate degree, which is…
Faces of LIFE- Destinee Rivera
As a child, some might have mistaken Destinee Rivera for a fish for all the time she spent in the water and on the beach growing up in Richmond Hill, Georgia. Her respect and admiration for the natural world were apparent from early on, spending many afternoons on the waterfront and by the marsh watching aquatic wildlife in its natural state and taking in beautiful sunsets.
Faces of LIFE- Khyle Mingo
Khyle Mingo and his six siblings grew up in the coastal town of Milford, Connecticut. Mingo has the notable distinction of being the oldest boy, with only one sister older than him. His family lived in Connecticut until he was 16 before moving to Charleston, South Carolina. After high school, Mingo earned two bachelor’s degrees from Coastal Carolina University, one in Science and one in Public Health.
Faces of LIFE- Coach Tony Annan
Native of Newcastle, England, Coach Tony Annan lives in Columbia, South Carolina with his wife, Elizabeth; son, Jax; and daughter, Ella. He played college soccer at Life U as captain, where he earned his B.S in Nutrition and Dietetics in 1998.
“[My time at Life U] was in the years of Dr. Sid [Williams], who looked after and treated his athletes well. We were given multiple resources to do well. It was an excellent time, and we were very successful.
Faces of LIFE- Stan Vandierendonck
For a student-athlete, time management is critical in achieving personal, academic and athletic goals. Stan Vandierendonck, mid-fielder and captain for the Life U Men’s Soccer team, understands the delicate tightrope he must walk and appears confident to take on any challenges that life throws at him.
My 1st Quarter – Citlali Salas-Abrego
I am currently in my second quarter at Life U. In my first quarter, I would have to say attending the different activities that [Life U] offers made it memorable. I went to the Philosophy Night with a teammate of mine. It allowed me to see different things about Chiropractic that I hadn’t really thought about before.
Life University Rugby alumnus Cody Melphy
“Life’s a Pitch” for Life University Business Students
The reality TV show “Shark Tank” is based on a simple idea: entrepreneurs present their ideas for products or services to a panel of investors, who then choose to invest – or not – based on the pitch, the company’s viability and the potential for…
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.