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THE PLAYBOOK

Spring 2020

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TABLE OF CONTENTS HOURS OF OPERATION............................1 MEMBERSHIPS...........................................2 AQUATICS....................................................3 BEARFIT................................................... 4-6 HEALTH PROMOTION PROGRAMS.........7

INTRAMURAL SPORTS..............................8 SPORT CLUBS............................................9 BEAR ADVENTURES................................ 10 COOKING CLASSES................................ 10 STUDENT EMPLOYMENT....................... 11

CONTACT US ANTHONY J. AZAMA John M. Schael Director of Athletics (314)935-5825 • contactad@wustl.edu

KATHY LASATER Administrative Assistant (314)935-3477 • kel@wustl.edu

ANDREW BLACK Head Crew Coach (314)935-4496 • agblack@wustl.edu

BRYAN LENZ Senior Associate Athletic Director-Recreation (314)935-3477 • blenz@wustl.edu

JAMAICA CANNON Assistant Director - Sports Operations (314)935-5193 • jcannon23@wustl.edu

BEN SMITH Assistant Director - Membership & Facility Services, Aquatics (314)935-4417 • bensmith@wustl.edu

SEAN CURTIS Assistant Director - Club Sports (314)935-4708 • scurtis@wustl.edu

JOHNNY VITATOE Manager of Fitness Operations (314)935-5192 • j.vitatoe@wustl.edu

MEGHANN FEELY Assistant Director - Fitness & Wellness (314)935-2985 • meghannfeely@wustl.edu

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The Office of Recreation is a member of the Washington University Division of Student Affairs and the Department of Athletics.


REGULAR HOURS SUMERS REC CENTER MONDAY - THURSDAY 6:00 AM - 11:00 PM FRIDAY 6:00 AM - 9:00 PM SATURDAY 8:00 AM - 9:00 PM SUNDAY 9:00 AM - 11:00 PM

MILLSTONE POOL

S40 FITNESS CENTER

MONDAYS & WEDNESDAYS 6:00 AM - 8:15 AM 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

MONDAY - THURSDAY 7:00 AM - 12:00 AM

TUESDAY & THURSDAY 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

SATURDAY 9:00 AM - 8:00 PM

FRIDAYS 6:00 AM - 8:15 AM 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

FRIDAY 7:00 AM - 8:00 PM

SUNDAY 9:00 AM - 12:00 AM

SATURDAY & SUNDAY 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

MODIFIED HOURS MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. DAY

FINALS & COMMENCEMENT

SUMERS REC CENTER Monday, Jan. 20 10:00 AM - 11:00 PM

SUMERS REC CENTER Weekdays, May 4-14 6:00 AM - 8:00 PM Sat.-Sun., May 9-10 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Friday, May 15 6:00 AM - 6:00 PM

MILLSTONE POOL Monday, Jan. 20 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM S40 FITNESS CENTER Monday, Jan. 20 3:00 PM - 12:00 AM

POOL CLOSURE MILLSTONE POOL Saturday, Jan. 18 CLOSED (Swim Meet)

MILLSTONE POOL May 4-14 Evening Swim Moved to 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM S40 FITNESS CENTER Mon.-Tue., May 6-7 7:00 AM - 9:00 PM Wednesday, May 8 CLOSED FOR SUMMER

SUMMER HOURS

SPRING BREAK

Starting May 16

SUMERS REC CENTER Sat.-Sun., March 7-8 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Mon.-Fri., March 9-13 6:00 AM - 8:00 PM Saturday, March 14 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Sunday, March 15 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

SUMERS REC CENTER Monday-Friday 6:00 AM - 8:00 PM Saturday & Sunday 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

MILLSTONE POOL Mon.-Thursday, March 9-12 No Evening Swim S40 FITNESS CENTER Friday, March 6 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM Sat.-Sat., March 7-14 CLOSED Sunday, March 15 3:00 PM - 12:00 AM

SPRING WILD SUMERS REC CENTER Friday, April 24 6:00 AM - 6:00 PM

MILLSTONE POOL Monday & Wednesday 6:00 AM - 8:15 AM 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM 5:00 PM - 7:30 PM Tuesday & Thursday 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM 5:00 PM - 7:30 PM Friday 6:00 AM - 8:15 AM 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM Saturday & Sunday 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM S40 FITNESS CENTER Closed for summer. Available by reservation.

S40 FITNESS CENTER Friday, April 26 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM

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MEMBERSHIP RATES Monthly

Semester

Jan. 1 - May 31 or Aug. 1 - Dec. 31

Annual

Summer

Day Pass

May 17 - Aug. 23

STUDENTS & EMPLOYEES Full-Time/Fee-Paying Student

Automatic Access

Part-Time/Non Fee-Paying Student

$25

$100

$200

$50

$10

Staff & Faculty

$25

$100

$200

$50

$10

(Examples: WFF, Focal Pointe, Bon Appetit)

Contracted Employee

$25

$100

$200

$50

$10

Spouse/Partner

$25

$100

$200

$50

$10

ALUMNI & WASHU RETIREES Retiree

$25

$100

$200

$50

$10

Alumni

$50

$200

$400

$50

$10

Spouse/Partner

$25

$100

$200

$50

$10

Automatic Access

Guest Passes

Automatic access to recreation facilities is provided to the following students:

Members may purchase passes for guests at the rate of $10 per day per person. There is a limit of three guests per day for each member. Please note that all guests must be at least 18 years old. Guests must be accompanied by a sponsoring member and must present a photo ID at the entrance during each visit to the facility. Members will be held responsible for guest actions.

Students that pay the Danforth Campus Health & Wellness Fee.

Full-time, degree-seeking Medical Campus and DBBS students.

Student veterans or active duty military students.

WashU students who do not qualify for Automatic Access are eligible to purchase a membership at the Part-time/Non Fee-Paying Student rate.

Dependents/Minors Policy

Payment Options

Dependents of members are not eligible for memberships but may utilize recreation facilities via guest pass. For risk management reasons, minors are not permitted access to indoor recreation facilities except for special event family days.

IN PERSON: Memberships can be purchased at the Sumers Rec membership desk using a credit/debit card or Bear Bucks. Cash and checks are not accepted. You must have your WashU ID, or a photo ID. ONLINE: Anyone with a WUSTL Key can purchase a membership in the online rec store at recstore.wustl.edu using a credit/debit card. PAYROLL DEDUCTION: WashU faculty and staff who commit to an annual membership can pay through a monthly payroll deduction. Payroll deductions will be made in monthly installments of $25 for the first eight months of the 12-month membership. Enroll for payroll deduction in person or online.

Spouse/Partner Memberships Any WashU student, faculty/staff, basic services contractor, retiree or alumni with a current membership can purchase an additional membership for a spouse or partner residing at the same address. Spouse/partner memberships must be the same length or less than the membership of the WashU affiliate member. Spouse/Partner members must present a marriage certificate or formal document showing shared residency with the current member. Spouse/partner members will be issued an access card they must present at the entrance during each visit.

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Refund Policy All membership refunds will be assessed a daily proration from purchase date along with a 25 percent administrative fee. There are no cash refunds. Members must bring original card they purchased their membership with to receive a refund. All refund requests must be completed at the Sumers Rec membership desk Monday through Friday between 9:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Specific refund questions should be directed to Assistant Director of Membership Ben Smith at (314)935-4417 or bensmith@wustl.edu.

December Grad Rate

December 2018 WashU graduates can retain a Sumers Rec membership during the 2019 spring semester at a rate of $25 per month or $100 for the entire semester (valid Jan. 1 through May 16, 2019).


AQUATICS

WashU Rec offers a variety of aquatic activities throughout the year in Millstone Pool. Accessible on Level 1 of the Sumers Recreation Center, Millstone Pool is an 8-lane, 25-yard pool with hours set aside every day for open swim.

PRIVATE LESSONS WashU Rec's experienced swim staff will provide swim instruction for any swimming ability. From just starting out to those looking to improve their technique, we can help you improve. All swim lessons take place during published open swim hours. Lesson packages can be purchased online at recstore.wustl.edu or in person at the Sumers Recreation Center membership desk. Please allow one week to match up an instructor who will reach out to you personally. 30-Minute Private Lessons 1 session: $23 3 Sessions: $66 6 Sessions: $126 30-Minute Buddy Lessons 2 people max. Price is per person. 1 Session: $18 3 Sessions: $51 6 Sessions: $96

OPEN SWIM HOURS REGULAR HOURS MONDAY & WEDNESDAY 6:00 AM - 8:15 AM 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM TUESDAY & THURSDAY 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

FRIDAY 6:00 AM - 8:15 AM 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM SATURDAY & SUNDAY 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

MODIFIED HOURS

MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. DAY Monday, Jan. 20 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM VARSITY SWIM MEET Saturday, Jan. 18 CLOSED SPRING BREAK Monday, March 9 6:00 AM - 8:15 AM 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM Tuesday, March 10 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM Wednesday, March 11 6:00 AM - 8:15 AM 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM Thursday, March 12 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM READING WEEK/FINALS (MAY 4-14) Monday & Wednesday 6:00 AM - 8:15 AM 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM Tuesday & Thursday 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM Friday 6:00 AM - 8:15 AM 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM Saturday & Sunday 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

LOG ROLLING WashU Rec offers open log rolling from 7:00-8:30 p.m. every Wednesday in Millstone Pool. Log rolling is a fun and challenging sport where participants attempt to stay upright atop a floating synthetic log as it rolls in the water. Log rolling is open to any and all members — no experience necessary!

SUMMER HOURS Monday & Wednesday 6:00 AM - 8:15 AM 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM 5:00 PM - 7:30 PM Tuesday & Thursday 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM 5:00 PM - 7:30 PM Friday 6:00 AM - 8:15 AM 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM Saturday & Sunday 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

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WashU Rec's BearFit program is designed to provide options for any member that is looking for guidance meeting their fitness goals. From complimentary group classes to premium personal and group training sessions, there is BearFit programming available at any price range and for any level of experience.

BEARFIT TRAINING BearFit training offers an array of personal and group training options to members seeking guidance designing the right workout to meet their goals. Packages can be purchased online at recstore.wustl.edu or in person at the Sumers Rec member services desk.

Personal & Group Training @ Sumers Rec Training Packages To book an appointment, e-mail j.vitatoe@wustl.edu

60-Minute Personal Sessions 3 Sessions $120 6 Sessions $228 12 Sessions $432 18 Sessions $612

30-Minute Personal Sessions 6 Sessions $132 12 Sessions $252

60-Minute Group Sessions (Two or more people) 6 Sessions $132 12 Sessions $252

Pilates Training @ S40 Fitness Center To book an appointment, e-mail meghannfeely@wustl.edu

60-Minute Personal Sessions 3 Sessions $150 6 Sessions $288 12 Sessions $552 18 Sessions $792

30-Minute Personal Sessions 6 Sessions $144 12 Sessions $276

60-Minute Group Sessions (Two or more people) 6 Sessions $144 12 Sessions $276

BEARFIT SKILLS BearFIT Skills is a series of complementary classes open to Sumers Rec members that will take participants through a specialized exercise skill and or piece of equipment. Each hour-long class is led by a BearFit trainer who will provide hands-on experience performing the skill and advise how to use it in a workout. Register for classes at recstore.wustl.edu. TRX Suspension Training Saturday, Jan. 25 • 1:00-2:00 p.m. This class will introduce you to many different ways to position your body on the TRX trainers in both simple and advanced ways.

Boxing Skills Saturday, Mar. 21 • 1:00-2:00 p.m. Learn what boxing is all about and how effective it can be as another form of cardio and strength training. A BearFit trainer will cover all the basics of boxing.

Deadlifting Saturday, Feb. 15 • 1:00-2:00 p.m. A certified BearFit trainer will cover the basics of the deadlift and break down the intricacies required for proper form. The goal of this class is to help develop proper form and efficient movement in order to reduce the risk of injury.

Plyometrics Saturday, Apr. 4 - 1:00-2:00 p.m. Plyometrics are a dynamic form of exercise which have long been used to enhance athletic performance. A BearFit trainer will take you through basic dynamic movements and provide ways to increase the intensities of each movement.

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BEARFIT CLASSES WashU Rec offers a versatile schedule of BearFit classes led by an experienced team of instructors. All classes are complimentary to members of the Sumers Recreation Center with the exception of Premium Pilates. Most classes operate on a drop-in basis and are first-come first-served. Visit students.wustl.edu/bearfit-classes for the most up-to-date BearFit class schedule.

SPRING 2019 CLASS DESCRIPTIONS BANG Named for the signature “5-4-3-2-BANG!” group countdown during the peak songs of class, Freedom BANG is a unique fusion of boxing, cardio, HIIT, hip-hop, world dance, and body weight training in a pre-choreographed class.

workout routine can reduce risk of injury and increase overall fitness. Deep Stretch will guide you through a series of stretches aimed to help prevent stiffness, soreness, and injury.

Tabata Tabata training is a high intensity interval training (HIIT) workout, featuring a rotation of exercises that last four minutes each. Each exercise features 20 seconds of intense work followed by 10 seconds of rest for eight rounds.

Energy Sculpt An intense mix of cardio, strength and endurance Barre Intensity exercises using a variety of equipment to challenge TRX Total Assets /TRXpress Barre Intensity combines attributes of Pilates, the entire body. TRX suspension training is a bodyweight exercise dance, and functional fitness training. We that develops strength, balance, flexibility and Energy Flow incorporate small isolated movement to fatigue core stability. TRX classes make use of specialized This fun class blends high energy music with the muscles, large range motion to elevate the straps that allow you to adjust your body position heart rate, and sequencing that incorporates upper strength training and yoga-inspired moves to to control your level of resistance. increase your strength, flexibility and endurance. and lower body to make every minute count. This Each sweat session mixes bursts of exercise with Zumba results in a total body workout that leaves you short periods of rest to boost your energy and Zumba is a dance-based class that features mentally strong and feeling accomplished. metabolism throughout the day. aerobic interval training to the tune of Latin and Barre Fusion international music mixed with today’s hits. Energy Step A combination of ballet-inspired postures and Energy Step is an innovative 50 minute HIIT and range-of-motion movements that build, sculpt and step class using only body-weight, a step and club lengthen muscle. Barre classes make use of body music that will push you to new limits. This class bars or Studio 1904’s Ballet Bar. will be a perfect fit for beginners or advance step/ BearFit Boxing BearFit Barre dance/HIIT goers alike! BearFit Boxing is an intense full body workout This class is a hybrid workout class, combining that combines heavy bag training with dumbbell HIIT & Core ballet-inspired moves with elements of Pilates, and body weight movement. This class will help High intensity interval training is a total body, dance, yoga, and strength training. Class will to strengthen and tone your arms, legs, back and heart pumping, conditioning and strength incorporate a ballet barre and use classic dance core while giving a boost to your stamina and workout. This interval-based class combines fullmoves such as piles, alongside static stretches. confidence. body strength training with high-intensity cardio BearFit HIIT bursts designed to tone your body, improve your Open Studio Boxing HIIT stands for high intensity interval training. endurance and clear you mind. We are leaving our boxing studio open for one hour This class alternates intervals of high intensity to allow our members to come in and focus on Hip Hop Groove movements with intervals of low to moderate their boxing techniques. Shoes and boxing gloves Hip hop grooves is a dynamic cardio workout intensity movements. HIIT workouts are a great are still required during this hour of open work. to the tune of all the latest and hottest Hip hop, way to speed up metabolism and burn calories. Latin hop, and top 40 hits. You will find a fun and BearFit Strength exhilarating fusion of dance moves that will get This class is designed to focus on your muscular your heart rate up, get your sweat on, and have strength and endurance. This class will utilize a you moving! All Equipment Pilates (Paid class) mixture of dumbbells, resistance bands, kettlebell, We have moved some of our Pilates equipment and body weight. Each class will begin with warm Kpoppin’ An upbeat dance fitness class centered around to Sumers to offer a unique blend of reformer, ups and then move through complementary Korean pop music and performance. Students chair, MAT, MOTR, and TRX-Suspension Training. circuits to ensure a total body strength training will engage in a cardio style dance class in which This class provides participants the experience session. elements of popular Kpop dance routines will be of combining our Pilates techniques on several BearFlex incorporated. apparatuses to re-align their body, strengthen This workout challenges all of your major muscle underutilized postural & stability muscles and POUND groups using weight room exercises such as improve flexibility. Using lightly weighted drumsticks engineered squats, presses, lifts, and curls. This training specifically for exercising, POUND transforms MAT Pilates focuses on high reps with low weight loads. drumming into an incredibly effective way MAT Pilates is a way to stretch and strengthen BearFlex is designed to transform your body of working out. This exhilarating full-body your body, primarily the muscles of the core. This developing strength and endurance. workout combines cardio, conditioning, and methodology borrows from disciplines such as Body Sculpt strength training with yoga and Pilates inspired dance, yoga and classic calisthenics all on a mat. This well-rounded, low-impact, workout uses free movements. Premium Pilates (Paid class) weights, resistance bands, body bars and your South Asian Grooves These classes focus on reformer and chair work. own body weight to strengthen all major muscle South Asian Grooves fuses South Asian music The reformer provides the instability of a rolling groups. It is designed to define, shape and tone and moves with hip hop grooves. Jam along carriage with the springs set at different levels of your body. to international pop and hip-hop hits as we resistance provides all kinds of stability challenges Deep Stretch alternate between high and low intensity moves to that develop core strength & promote better Flexibility is an integral part of whole-body maximize your workout. balance. wellness. Incorporating stretches into your

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CLASS DESCRIPTIONS CONTINUED

CYCLING CLASSES Cycle Express Cycle Express is a regular Dark Room Cycling class condensed into a 30-minute format. Cycle IQ This class follows the same format as a regular Bearfit Cycling class, but makes use of Performance IQ Leaderboard on The Dark Room’s display monitors. Performance IQ measures and displays your ride analytics in real time, allowing you to track your progress as you go. Dark Room Cycle This class puts a focus on strengthening your core muscles and working on upper body movements. This combination along with music and a high energy instructor will encourage you to push yourself to the next level for one serious cardiovascular workout.

TAKE A CLASS, MOVE YOUR WashU Rec is offering an extra incentive for taking BearFit Classes this spring through the "Take a Class, Move Your " program. We'll post a leaderboard in the Sumers Rec Center. Each time you take a BearFit class between February 3 and March 6, the instructor will give you a sticker to place next to your name on the leaderboard. Participants with the first, second, and third-most stickers by March 6 will receive a prize. Everyone with at least 12 stickers will be receive a BearFit tanktop.

LOVE YOUR BODY WEEK

YOGA CLASSES Ashtanga Infused Yoga This dynamic, physically demanding practice synchronizes breath and movement to produce an internal heat designed to purify the body. Ashtanga yoga, with its many Vinyasas, is great for building core strength and toning the body. Gentle Flow Yoga Gentle Flow combines elements of Hatha, Vinyasa, and Restorative yoga to mindfully balance effort and ease. Classes are well-rounded yet mellow and include static poses and breath-to-movement sequences. You can expect elements of gentle stretching, strengthening, and balancing.

FEBRUARY. 10-16

Throughout the week of February 10-16, the Sumers Recreation Center will host Love Your Body Week. The Office of Recreation will provide markers for participants to write messages on the mirrors around the Sumers Rec Center about body acceptance, self-love, empowerment, positivity and inclusion.

Hatha Yoga Gentle, mindful, meditative, and appropriate for students of all levels, Hatha Yoga features standing poses and longer held seated postures but no vigorous sun salutations. Hatha is perfect for stress relief and overall wellbeing. Intermediate/Advanced Vinyasa Flow Yoga This class emphasizes breath and body alignment. This Vinyasa class will improve strength, stamina, and flexibility while having fun in the flow. A vigorous, eclectic blend of flowing postures will allow you to challenge your body while being playful and mindful in your practice. Power Flow Yoga The flow is based on the Baptiste Power Vinyasa sequence, which emphasizes strength, balance and flexibility. Be ready to sweat, flow, focus, and grow. Restorative Yoga Restorative yoga is all about healing and restoration of the mind and body. It features longer poses, but with more focus on relaxation rather than flexibility. Vinyasa Flow Yoga This class focuses on connecting breathing with movement into different poses. This is a fun, athletic form of yoga that will lift your spirits and energy levels while increasing flexibility, strength and balance.

MODIFIED SCHEDULE Listed below are dates when WashU Rec will release a modified BearFit schedule. Check students.wustl.edu/bearfit-classes for modified schedules.

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Martin Luther King Day January 20th

Spring WILD April 24

Spring Break March 6-15

Reading Days/Finals April 27-May 6

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WELLNESS CONNECTION MEMBERSHIP The WashU Office of Recreation has partnered with Wellness Connection to provide access to group exercise classes for WashU faculty and staff. Benefits-eligible employees can purchase a subsidized pass for an eight-week group exercise series with classes available at West Campus and the Medical Campus. Purchase a pass for $32 and attend as many classes as you desire during the eight-week series. Participants must present their payment receipt at the first class. Participation is free for current Sumers Recreation Center members – you do not need to purchase a pass. Learn more about the program at hr.wustl.edu/wellness-connection/ opportunities/.


HEALTH PROMOTION PROGRAMS WashU Rec partners with the Habif Health and Wellness Center to provide a variety of health promotion programming and free resources in the Zenker Wellness Suite. Located just inside the entrance to the Sumers Recreation Center in room 303, the Zenker Wellness Suite is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and is staffed by health promotion professionals from the Habif Health and Wellness Center. Programs are free and open to all WashU students. For program times, visit WUGO.wustl.edu and search “Zenker” or stop by the Zenker Wellness Suite to inquire.

MENTAL HEALTH MONDAYS • • • •

Consult with a mental health expert Resources on stress, sleep, perfectionism, procrastination, impostor syndrome, test anxiety, and more Connections to Mental Health Services at the Habif Health and Wellness Center Mindfulness and meditation resources

TASTY TUESDAYS •

Free fruit delivered in the morning during the academic year, as well as information on healthy body image

TRAINER TUESDAYS •

Complimentary athletic training assessments for Sport Club members, performed by a Medical Assistant and Athletic Trainer from the Habif Health and Wellness Center

Visit throughout the week for • • • • • • • •

Information on wellbeing and mental health topics common on a college campus Safer sex supplies Pregnancy tests Resources on substance use risk reduction and safe disposal of prescription drugs Sleep masks and ear plugs Mindfulness Boot Camp Connections to care and campus resources Everyone’s favorite – free chocolate milk!

THIRSTY THURSDAYS • • • • •

Consult with an expert on Alcohol and Other Drug education Learn about risk reduction habits Find resources on substance use and athletic performance Get information on prescription drug misuse and safe disposal Connect with the WashU Recovery Group and take the e-CHUG assessment

FRISKY FRIDAY • • • •

Stock up on free safer sex supplies Collect information on contraception options that work best for your needs Find resources on STI risk reduction and STI screening Consult with a sexual health expert

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INTRAMURAL

S P O RTS Intramural sports offer the opportunity to engage with other students in organized sports, events, and activities in a fun and inclusive environment. WashU Rec offers leagues for every level of competition, from the fun-seeking novice to the competitive veteran. IM sports are a popular avenue for student groups, res colleges, fraternities, and sororities to bond and develop camaraderie.

We're hiring!

WashU Rec is looking for intramural game referees for basketball, futsal, softball. No experience is necessary! Check out page 11 for info on how to join Team WashU.

SPRING 2020 LEAGUES AND EVENTS

Sport Badminton Basketball Futsal Table Tennis Esports Squash Bowling 3-Point Contest Swim Meet Volleyball Team Handball Softball Tournament Home Run Derby Ultimate Tournament Tennis Tournament Dodgeball Spikeball

Registration Closes Jan. 17 Jan. 22 Jan. 24 Jan. 31 Feb. 3 Feb. 6 Feb. 12 At Event Feb. 20 Feb. 24 Feb. 24 April 1 April 1 April 4 April 10 April 21 April 21

Leagues Singles & Doubles Open, Women, Co-Rec Open, Women, Co-Rec Singles & Doubles Open Singles & Doubles Open Open, Women Open, Women Open, Wome, Co-Rec Open Open Open, Women Open, Co-Rec Open, Women, Doubles Open Open

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SPORT CLUBS

Sport clubs are student-run organizations designed to promote participation or competition in a specific athletic or recreational activity. Many of WashU’s 40 sport clubs compete against other colleges and universities on the local, regional and national level.

Archery........................ wustlarchery@gmail.com Badminton................... badminton@su.wustl.edu Baseball....................... wustlclubbaseball@gmail.com Basketball (M).............. wustlmensclubball@gmail.com Basketball (W).............. wustlcbb@gmail.com Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu......... bjj@su.wustl.edu Climbing...................... wuclimbing@gmail.com Crew............................. rowwashu@gmail.com Cycling......................... wustlcycling@gmail.com Equestrian.................... washuequestrian@gmail.com eSports & Gaming......... leagueofwashu@gmail.com Fencing........................ wustlfencing@gmail.com Field Hockey................. washufieldhockey@gmail.com Figure Skating.............. wustlskating@gmail.com Golf.............................. washuclubgolf1@gmail.com Gymnastics.................. gymnastics.washu@gmail.com Ice Hockey.................... wustlhockey@gmail.com Lacrosse (M)................. wustlclublax@gmail.com Lacrosse (W)................. washu.lacrosse@gmail.com Powerlifting................. wupowerlifting@gmail.com Rugby (M)..................... griffinsrugby@gmail.com

Rugby (W)..................... washuwomensrugby@gmail.com Running....................... washu.clubrunning@gmail.com Sailing.......................... wu.sailing@gmail.com Soccer (M).................... washumensoccerclub@gmail.com Soccer (W).................... wcsoccer@gmail.com Softball........................ wustlclubsoftball@gmail.com Squash (M)................... washumenssquash@gmail.com Squash (W)................... wustlwomenssquash@gmail.com Swimming.................... wustlswimclub@gmail.com Table Tennis................. tabletennis@su.wustl.edu Tae Kwon Do................ taekwondo@su.wustl.edu Tennis.......................... washuclubtennis@gmail.com Triathlon & Endurance.. washutriathlon@gmail.com Ultimate (M)................. contracaptains@gmail.com Ultimate (W)................. wuwu.treasurer@gmail.com Volleyball (M)............... washuvball@gmail.com Volleyball (W)............... wuclubvb@gmail.com Water Polo (M).............. wustlpolo@gmail.com Water Polo (W).............. waterpolowashu@gmail.com Wrestling...................... washuwrestling@gmail.com

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BEAR ADVENTURES

Bear Adventures are organized group outings to attractions around the St. Louis area. Find more information and register for trips online at recstore.wustl.edu. Spaces are limited. Please note: Bear Adventures are nonrefundable.

Night Skiing and Tubing Trip

Friday, Jan. 24 • Hidden Valley Ski Resort Cost: $35 Includes transportation, equipment rental, and lift ticket.

Axe Throwing

Friday, Feb. 21 • Downtown St. Louis Cost: $15 Includes transportation and admission.

Axe Throwing

Graduate Students Only Friday, Feb. 28 • Downtown St. Louis Cost: $15 Includes transportation and admission.

Hike Lewis & Clark Trail

Saturday, March 28 • Pere Marquette State Park Cost: $10 Includes transportation and lunch.

Go Ape Zipline & Treetop Adventure Saturday, April 11 • Creve Coeur Park Cost: $20 Includes transportation and Go Ape admission.

WashU Rec programs are open to all students. When the cost of services or activities prevent an individual from participating, we offer financial assistance. Requests for assistance should be submitted at rec@wustl.edu.

COOKING CLASSES

WashU Rec teams up with Campus Dining Services to offer a versatile schedule of free cooking classes in The Village Kitchen. Find more information and register for classes online at recstore.wustl.edu. Spaces are limited. All classes run form 6:00-8:00 p.m. in the Village Kitchen.

Spanish Tapas

Thursday, Jan. 30 Skills: How to cook, store and clean shellfish | Making a basic tomato sauce from scratch. Menu: Mushrooms ala greque, shrimp and chorizo with tomato sauce, vegetable torta espagnole.

Dim Sum

Ramen

Mediterranean

Plant Power

Thursday, Feb. 13 Skills: Proper stir fry technique | Making the dough and folding technique for hum baos. Menu: Sichuan noodle stir fry, bbq pork humbao, smoked mushroom and tofu humbao, vegetable potstickers, char siu pork tenderloin.

Thursday, Feb. 27 Skills: Stock construction | How to keep your fingers when using a mandolin. Menu: Ovlomengo soup, baked tuna with tomato sauce, vegetable gratin with gremolata. 10

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Thursday, March 19 Skills: The three Bs of cooking — basting, braising and blanching. Menu: Shoyu chicken broth, miso broth, udon noodles, braised chicken thigh, soy glazed pork tenderloin, snow peas, broccoli, edamame, carrot.

Thursday, April 2 Skills: Knife skills — mince, dice and julienne | Handling fresh herbs. Menu: Cauliflower rice salad, sweet potato and chickpea curry, carrot cake bites.


JOINING TEAM WASHU STEP 1

Attend a Team WashU Recruitment Session

STEP 2

Submit an application, resume, and cover letter

STEP 3

Work for WashU Rec!

Team WashU is the student employment program in the Office of Recreation designed to prepare students for lifelong employment success. WashU students hold front-line positions in all program and service areas including intramurals, facilities, aquatics, and guest services. Team WashU promotes ownership and responsibility in its employees and takes pride in hiring dynamic, outgoing individuals looking to be challenged.

RECRUITMENT SESSIONS Sessions will be held in the Level 3 conference room.

SPRING 2020 POSITIONS

SUMMER 2020 POSITIONS

Thursday, Jan. 16 • 6:00 p.m.

Tuesday, April 7 • 6:00 p.m.

Wednesday, Jan. 22 • 6:00 p.m.

Thursday, April 16 • 6:00 p.m.

INTRAMURALS POSITIONS Tuesday, Feb. 18 • 5:30 p.m.

Wait for an e-mail from hiring manager

STEP 4

Interview with a full-time staff member

STEP 5

Become a member of Team WashU!

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Spring 2020 Varsity Athletics Home Events JANUARY

Date Friday, Jan. 10 Saturday, Jan. 11 Saturday, Jan. 11 Saturday, Jan. 18 Monday, Jan. 20 Friday, Jan. 24 Friday, Jan. 24 Sunday, Jan. 26 Sunday, Jan. 26 Friday, Jan. 31 Friday, Jan. 31

FEBRUARY

Date Sunday, Feb. 2 Sunday, Feb. 2 Sunday, Feb. 9 Friday, Feb. 14 Friday, Feb. 14 Saturday, Feb. 15 Saturday, Feb. 15 Sunday, Feb. 16 Sunday, Feb. 16 Saturday, Feb. 29 Saturday, Feb. 29

Event WashU Swimming & Diving Invite Women's Basketball vs. Chicago Men's Basketball vs. Chicago Swimming & Diving vs. Truman State Men's Tennis vs Butler Women's Basketball vs. Brandeis Men's Basketball vs. Brandeis Men's Basketball vs. New York Women's Basketball vs. New York Women's Basketball vs. Rochester Men's Basketball vs. Rochester

Location Time Millstone Pool 5:00 PM WU Field House 1:00 PM WU Field House 3:00 PM Millstone Pool 12:00 PM Creve Coeur Racquet Club 9:00 AM WU Field House 6:00 PM WU Field House 8:00 PM WU Field House 12:00 PM WU Field House 2:00 PM WU Field House 6:00 PM WU Field House 8:00 PM

Event Men's Basketball vs. Emory Women's Basketball vs. Emory Men's Tennis vs. Carleton Women's Basketball vs. Case Men's Basketball vs. Case Women's Tennis vs. Indianapolis Men's Tennis vs. Indianapolis Men's Basketball vs. Carnegie Mellon Women's Basketball vs. Carnegie Mellon Softball vs. Westminster (Doubleheader) Baseball vs. Illinois Tech (Doubleheader)

Location Time WU Field House 12:00 PM WU Field House 2:00 PM Kings Point Sports Club 9:00 AM WU Field House 6:00 PM WU Field House 8:00 PM Kings Point Sports Club 3:30 PM St. Clair Tennis 6:00 PM WU Field House 12:00 PM WU Field House 2:00 PM WU Softball Field 12:00 PM Kelly Field 12:00 PM


MARCH

Date Sunday, March 1 Sunday, March 1 Wednesday, March 4 Saturday, March 7 Sunday, March 8 Friday, March 13 Wednesday, March 18 Saturday, March 21 Saturday, March 21 Saturday, March 21 Satufday, March 21 Saturday, March 21 Saturday, March 21 Sunday, March 22 Sunday, March 22 Sunday, March 22 Monday, March 23 Tuesday, March 24 Friday, March 27 Saturday, March 28 Saturday, March 28 Sunday, March 29

APRIL

Date Wednesday, April 1 Thursday, April 2 Friday, April 3 Friday, April 3 Saturday, April 4 Saturday, April 4 Saturday, April 4 Sunday, April 5 Sunday, April 5 Monday, April 6 Tuesday, April 7 Friday, April 10 Friday, April 10 Saturday, April 11 Saturday, April 11 Saturday, April 11 Saturday, April 11 Saturday, April 11 Sunday, April 12 Friday, April 17 Saturday, April 18 Saturday, April 18 Saturday, April 18 Sunday, April 19 Sunday, April 19 Sunday, April 19 Friday, April 24 Saturday, April 25 Sunday, April 26

Event Softball vs. Carroll (Doubleheader) Baseball vs. Illinois Tech Baseball vs. MacMurray Baseball vs. Coe Baseball vs. Coe (Doubleheader) Softball vs. Fontbonne (Doubleheader) Softball vs. Greenville (Doubleheader) Women's Tennis vs. Rhodes Softball vs. Wartburg Baseball vs. Illinois Wesleyan (Doubleheader) Softball vs. Illinois Wesleyan Women's Tennis vs. Drury Men's Tennis vs. Drury Baseball vs. Illinois Wesleyan Softball vs. Wartburg Softball vs. Illinois Wesleyan Men's Tennis vs. Webster Softball vs. Webster Softball vs. New York WashU Track & Field Mini Meet Softball vs. New York (Doubleheader) Softball vs. New York

Location Time WU Softball Field 12:00 PM Kelly Field 12:00 PM Kelly Field 2:00 PM Kelly Field 2:00 PM Kelly Field 11:00 AM WU Softball Field 12:00 PM WU Softball Field 2:00 PM Tao Tennis Center 9:00 AM WU Softball Field 11:00 AM Kelly Field 12:00 PM WU Softball Field 1:15 PM Dwight Davis Tennis Center 2:30 PM Tao Tennis Center 2:30 PM Kelly Field 12:00 PM WU Softball Field 1:15 PM WU Softball Field 3:30 PM Tao Tennis Center 4:00 PM WU Softball Field 4:00 PM WU Softball Field 3:00 PM Bushyhead Track All Day WU Softball Field 12:00 PM WU Softball Field 11:00 AM

Event Baseball vs. Webster Men's Tennis vs. UMSL Baseball vs. Huntingdon Men's Tennis vs. Principia WashU Track & Field Invite WashU Women's Golf Spring Invitational Baseball vs. Huntingdon WashU Women's Golf Spring Invitational Baseball vs. Huntingdon Men's Tennis vs. Lindenwood Baseball vs. Fontbonne Men's Tennis vs. Carnegie Mellon Baseball vs. Case Women's Tennis vs. Chicago Men's Tennis vs. Chicago Baseball vs. Case (Doubleheader) Women's Tennis vs. UW-Whitewater Men's Tennis vs. UW-Whitewater Baseball vs. Case Softball vs. Carnegie Mellon Men's Tennis vs. DePauw Softball vs. Carnegie Mellon (Doubleheader) Women's Tennis vs. DePauw Women's Tennis vs. Valparaiso Softball vs. Carnegie Mellon Men's Tennis vs. Grinnell Baseball vs. Brandeis Baseball vs. Brandeis (Doubleheader) Baseball vs. Brandeis

Location Time Kelly Field 3:00 PM Tao Tennis Center 4:00 PM Kelly Field 3:00 PM Tao Tennis Center 4:00 PM Bushyhead Track All Day Tapawingo Golf Club All Day Kelly Field 12:00 PM Tapawingo Golf Club All Day Kelly Field 12:00 PM Tao Tennis Center 4:00 PM Kelly Field 3:00 PM Tao Tennis Center 12:00 PM Kelly Field 3:00 PM Dwight Davis Tennis Center 9:00 AM Tao Tennis Center 9:00 AM Kelly Field 12:00 PM Dwight Davis Tennis Center 3:00 PM Tao Tennis Center 3:00 PM Kelly Field 11:00 AM WU Softball Field 3:00 PM Tao Tennis Center 9:00 AM WU Softball Field 12:00 PM Tao Tennis Center 1:00 PM Tao Tennis Center 10:00 AM WU Softball Field 11:00 AM Dwight Davis Tennis Center 12:00 PM Kelly Field 3:00 PM Kelly Field 12:00 PM Kelly Field 11:00 AM


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