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Athletics, Physical Education, and Recreation
Course Description
EXPANDED
PE 80
U-Jam Fitness

U-Jam Fitness is an athletic dance fitness workout that combines dance and high energy music for a workout that is bound to get your heart rate up while having fun! U-Jam is designed to be easy-to-follow for all fitness levels, and to have students leave each session smiling, dripping with sweat, and feeling like part of a community. U-Jam music utilizes the hottest beats from around the world.

Instructor: Amy Lee

This course offered fall 2016.
1 credit

EXPANDED
PE 80B
Healthy Eating

This hands-on whole foods preparation course provides students with nutrition strategies for optimal health. Along with sharing the food made during each class, students will explore the relationship between food and physiology, develop basic culinary skills, and learn useful wellness information.

Instructor: Amy Brown

This course offered fall 2016.
1 credit

EXPANDED
PE 80C
Farming and Food Justice

Students will get their hands in the soil; develop skills of self-sufficiency, community reliance, and embodiment through the practice of growing food. Students will learn to seed, transplant, harvest, and care for the land. Films, field trips and guest lectures will connect our work to the greater food justice movement as we consider how growing food and feeding ourselves and our community is an act of self-determination that bridges the political, personal, and spiritual spheres.

Instructor: Alisha Strater

This course offered fall 2016.
1 credit

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Last Updated: 6/22/17