Articles tagged: Running


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Carrying On: Running Through My Woes

I’m not a runner. At least, I don’t wish to identify that way, in the same way that I wouldn’t want to be known as a “shower-er” or an “incessant... Read more

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Running To Slow Down

I wake up Saturday morning feeling anxious. My skin itches and my heart won’t stop fluttering. Sitting still hurts when my mind is racing faster than my flickering pulse. I... Read more

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The Capital Crescent Trail

“Run with me in the snow tomorrow,” my friend said. I looked out the window at the blanket of browning slush covering the sidewalks and felt discouraged. I had always... Read more

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Thoughts Running Through My Head

Running the same route squeezed between the Potomac and the parkway to the tourist filled monuments isn’t exactly escapism. It’s beautiful and enjoyable, but it doesn’t remove you from the... Read more

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How to Appreciate Brisk Winter Runs

The lower the temperature drops, the harder I find it to convince myself to get out of bed when my 8:21am alarm goes off. I don’t know how some students... Read more

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Running through my Mind: A Collection of Musings

When the weather is nice, I like to lace up my sneakers and go for a jog along the Potomac River and Glover Archbold Parkway. If you are ever looking... Read more