By Serena Gomez |Staff Writer| It is unhealthy to gain so much weight in so little time. In my opinion, I believe we should learn how to take care of ourselves on an individualistic level rather than allowing others to invade our personal health choices. “Oral Roberts implemented a new prerequisite for their first year students in January, requiring all Freshmen to wear a Fitbit fitness tracker," stated Marie Solis from Mic News. "The devices data, which includes statistics on steps taken, distance traveled and calories burned will sync to the school’s online grade book, where instructors will evaluate students according to how much they exercise on a weekly basis,” stated … [Read more...] about Students should not have health monitored
By Shiane Jacocks |Staff writer| Students need to be aware of where they are spending their hard-earned cash and financial aid. Their money should be spent on food that will give them both energy and a balanced meal to prevent them from falling into the “Freshmen 15.” Students who spend money on fattening foods only increase their weight and exhaustion. Students deserve quality food that is both good and in a reasonable amount. Some students who order food at W.O.W (World of Wings), a fast-food restaurant on campus, have discussed the quality and quantity of the food. “I guess W.O.W has pretty good food. Sometimes I get a wrap and they give me a lot, but it can be pretty … [Read more...] about Quantity vs Quality?