I play tennis, walk to class and walk whenever I have the option to when I am at work or hanging out with friends.
—Haley Spellman, junior in political science and communication studies
I stay healthy and active with my job as a lifeguard for the City of Manhattan. Aside from swimming, I do 100 push-ups a day.
—Benjamin Schaub, sophomore in engineering technology
I spend time working out at the recreation center. I try to make sure to never miss a day there during the summer.
—Joshua Domann, senior in kinesiology
I have my fencing club to keep me healthy, which is great because it remains active during the summer. To keep my brain healthy and active, I have my research and school work.
—Rohan Amare, PhD graduate student in mechanical engineering
This summer I have spent a lot of time going on walks, which I enjoy. A lot of the time I ask friends what to do to stay active in Manhattan since I am new to the area.
—Asia Fernandez, Manhattan resident