New XC Coach Ensures Athletes are Healthy in Mind and Body: A Look at RED-S

By Ellie Skjersaa, News Editor The stereotypical daily routine of a cross country runner consists of eating oatmeal and running for an obscene amount of time, but what people don’t get to see is the behind the scenes of how much work goes into shaping a successful long distance runner.  As a runner on the Summit cross-country team, let me tell you- physical therapy has … Continue reading New XC Coach Ensures Athletes are Healthy in Mind and Body: A Look at RED-S

COVID: Stop the Judgment and Look for Hope

By Lucy Jones, Crest Editor “Take off those silly things,” said my 80 year old grandmother, a woman who beat severe pancreatic cancer only a year ago. My family and I, masked up, were seeing grandma at her house for the first time since the pandemic began. It seemed absurd that she did not take our caution more seriously. But, from her perspective, all she … Continue reading COVID: Stop the Judgment and Look for Hope