All posts tagged "intramurals"

  • Archery: The Sport Your Campus Needs

    Increasingly, colleges across the country are seeking innovative and cost-effective strategies to boost on-campus student recruitment and retention. With factors such as declining enrollment, an...

  • RECreate Your Night at TCNJ

    Engaging students with alternative programming can look like more than club sports and intramurals. At the College of New Jersey (TCNJ), the campus rec department...

  • What’s Trending in the World of Intramural Sports

    What’s trending in the world of intramural sports? Three schools weigh in on what they’ve seen in terms of trends. Plus, they break down how...

  • The Ins and Outs of Unified Sports

    A unified sports program is commonly described as a sports program where all students, regardless of race, gender, ethnicity, disability or socioeconomic level can participate...

  • Embrace the Virtual

    Most collegiate recreation departments are committed to providing opportunities for every student on campus. However, achieving full participation is a monumental goal. Most recreation centers...

  • Baking a Love for Ultimate Frisbee from Scratch

    It’s common that when you fall in love, your first instinct is to share it with the world. Or in the case of ultimate frisbee,...

  • Healthy Competition in Programming

    Welcome to the new age of recreation and wellness programming on college campuses where students can experiment with Goat Yoga in the morning and attend...

  • Making the Right Call

    There is nothing more frustrating for a player than a ref who clearly doesn’t know what he or she is doing. Your students will quickly...

  • Tip-Top Shape

    No one ever thinks about it until it causes trouble, but the condition of your intramural fields is important to students’ recreational experience. Most of the...

  • Is Sportsmanship Dead?

    A recent question I’ve been pondering is, “Is sportsmanship dead? Because I work in collegiate recreation, I’m surrounded by a culture of sport and leisure...