Falling on Campus


by Wicked & Winey | 172 Words
October rolled in faster than we expected, and campus has turned into a wonderland of colorful trees, crisp smells and plentiful wildlife.

Geese, turkeys and Sandhill Cranes strut around in full view, while other birds and animals watch you from safe havens. As you enjoy your final days of warmth, leaves crunch beneath your feet as summer fades and temperatures fall. Everywhere you look, you are surrounded by beautiful, ever-changing scenery.

Fall brings tons of outdoor activities to UWGB’s campus. Whether it’s running cross country, playing soccer, or visiting the Communiversity Park for spectacular sunsets over the bay, this is the perfect time to get out and enjoy the weather. The Cofrin Memorial Arboretum is 290 acres that provides students and staff an abundance of opportunities to enjoy one of Green Bay’s finest scenes. Arboretum trails wind around campus and serve as a nice place for jogging, hiking or reconnecting with nature.

As the semester continues to progress and reality begins to set in, one’s mind can easily become consumed by technology and daily stressors. But as shades of green, yellow, orange and red change our campus canvas into a glorious self-portrait, take a ‘forest bath’ or at the least, give yourself a moment to take a breath and appreciate the world around you. After all, winter is coming.

The Wicked and Winey Team is not a group of doctors, but rather communication students with an interest in healthy living. Our articles are not medical advice, but suggestions based upon our personal experience and research:

Morgan Davis. Vanessa Wegher. Maggie Pietrowski. Alex Styczynski. Veronica Plummer.




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