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DUPR, NIRSA Partner to Grow Collegiate Pickleball
NIRSA and Dynamic University Pickleball Rating — a pickleball rating system, which is free for all players and the gold standard brand for premier pickleball clubs, professional tours, and recreational players alike — are teaming
California HS Opens Student Wellness Center for Mental, Physical Health
A high school in Sacramento, Calif., is opening a new student-based health center called "Pacers Take Space."
Meet NIRSA’s Asian Community Caucus
May is Asian American Native Hawaiian and Pacific (AANHPI) Heritage Month. On behalf of the NIRSA Asian Caucus, Maria Lauron-Ramos, coordinator of Campus Recreation at Princeton University, shared some updates earlier this month about the caucus...
Post-Pandemic Hiring and Retention Strategies for Campus Recreation Departments
Students working at Western Kentucky University’s Raymond B. Preston Health & Activities Center earn more per hour than they would at any other campus job, and they all received a $2-per-hour raise beginning last summer.
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City Proposes Two New Gymnasiums at Area Parks
The city of Oceanside, Calif., is mulling the construction of two new gymnasiums at a pair of area municipal parks in an effort to manage a growing demand for more recreational opportunities and the spaces to support them.
Philadelphia Addresses Gun Violence With Trauma Counseling at Rec Centers
Public recreation centers in Philadelphia have received a nearly $1,000,000 grant to offer trauma therapy at facilities located in the some of the city's most violent neighborhoods.
Rec Center Staff Praised for Quick Action During Severe Weather
Staff at a recreation center in Ballwin, Mo., are being praised for their efficient actions during severe weather last weekend.
Facility Friday: Blue Jays' Rogers Centre Renovations, HS Ankeny Stadium, $100K Park Fitness Court, Georgia State University Convocation Center
The Blue Jays revealed the largest-scale infrastructure project at Rogers Centre since it opened in 1989. The new Outfield District is part of a multi-year $300 million privately funded renovation that will be completed between 2024 and 2025.
The Evolution of Designing for Indoor Climbing in Rec Centers
Indoor climbing has outreached its reputation as a niche sport. As college and community rec centers started designing elaborate walls into their facilities more than a decade ago, a new community of participants has emerged, and the sport has enjoyed...
Damage from Vandalism Causes Soccer Fields to Be Unusable for Season
Vandals damaged fields and soccer goals in Austin, Texas, over the weekend, causing the fields to be unplayable for the rest of the season, officials said.
NIRSA Recognizes Members With Variety of Awards
NIRSA and the entire field of collegiate recreation are made great by the passion, drive and dedication of some truly...
City Parks Worker Attacked, Choked, Injured While Working, Police Say
Police are investigating an incident in which a city parks and recreation department employee in California was attacked and injured while working Thursday afternoon.
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AB Show 2023 in Baltimore
AB Show is a solution-focused event for athletics, fitness, recreation and military professionals.
Nov 1-4, 2023