All posts by Emily Harbourne

  • Jan/Feb 2017

    Cover: Something in the Atmosphere   Intramural Sports: Show Me The Money Facility Development: Find Your Design Match Fitness: Lessons in Leadership Aquatics: ‘Water’ You Doing to Keep Clean? Building...

  • Lessons We Can Learn from Lincoln

    Abraham Lincoln was a very wise man. You are probably already aware of this, be there is a lot we can learn from him. No...

  • Ram Recharge: Helping Students Kick Start the New Year

    The holidays are over. The presents have been unwrapped. The decorations have been taken down. And now it is time to settle back into the...

  • Must See Companies of NIRSA 2017

    In February 2017, the NIRSA Annual Conference and Campus Rec & Wellness Expo takes place in National Harbor, Maryland. Use this guide as a breakdown of...

  • Behind the Cover with Judy Muenchow

    Emily Harbourne, the editor of Campus Rec Magazine, reveals a few things about the Colorado State University and Judy Muenchow that you might not learn from reading...

  • Something in the Atmosphere

    It is just after 1 p.m. on a beautiful October day in Fort Collins, Colorado. The sun blazes down over the foothills, as the autumn leaves...

  • Find Your Design Match

    With changing trends and an expanding student population, recreation centers are in a constant state of evolution. Whether it is a large project like constructing...

  • Lessons in Leadership

    Campus Recreation provides an enhanced opportunity for the development of leadership capacity among student employees. It is essential that campus recreation professionals not only foster...

  • Ask an Expert on Marketing

    The expert advice to answer your most pressing questions. This month, Jennifer Seris, strategic communications manager at the University of Missouri, shares advice on marketing. ...

  • Making a Mark

    Project: Intramural Building Expansion at Penn State Mission: “To provide facilities that supported services the students on this campus desired in terms of recreational needs,” said Hall....