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Well-Being Tip of the Week

Steve Amireault

Quality Participation

Physical activity has immediate (acute) and long-term (habitual) effects on how one feels. Given these documented benefits, how much physical activity do we need to do for it to help us feel good? The current physical activity guidelines stress the importance for people to engage in either moderate or vigorous intensity physical activity every week to improve both physical and mental health. Yet, doing so may not always be optimal to confer mental health and psychological well-being. 

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Student Spotlight

Ryan Daniels

Andrew Eichenmeier on Using Purdue’s Opportunities Today to Be a Better Leader Tomorrow

Andrew Eichenmeier, a senior studying political science, has just a little time left to decide what his next steps will be after graduation. He enjoyed working for a government defense contracting agency last summer, just finished applying for a fellowship in Indianapolis and is waiting for his LSAT results. Andrew certainly understands and values the education and opportunities that he has been given at Purdue to help prepare him for his next giant leap – whatever that may be.

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