With the weather warming up in Champaign-Urbana, University of Illinois students may be looking to spend more time outdoors. Luckily, online classes provide the flexibility to be able to work outside! Check out this list of outdoor tables all over campus.Read more
Author: Adrianna Glisan
Adrianna Glisan is a recent graduate of the University of Illinois, where she studied Molecular and Cellular Biology and Spanish and was involved in various student organizations, such as StarCourse Student Concert Committee and Kappa Kappa Gamma. With aspirations to become a physician, Adrianna hopes to relay the health and relationship benefits of spending time in nature to her future patients, allowing them to boost not just their well-being but that of those around them as well. In her free time, Adrianna likes to play volleyball, bass fish, read, attend concerts, and volunteer in the NICU.
Nature is such a mystery…
“Nature is such a mystery. Each day is different and just as you learn to adapt, so do nature’s creatures. There is beauty, awe, solitude, and excitement. This is especially true of catching a fish and sharing that excitement with someone special”