From Broadway to Fitness Tips and Distance Learning
June 14, 2016
Life is More Than a Cabaret
On this episode, we go behind the scenes of the smash Broadway production, Cabaret as it gears up for a national tour. Amber Milt speaks with the producer and sits down with the talented cast. Plus, we’re getting schooled about continuing education at Union University, where the median age of returning graduates is 39 and most are women! We speak with enrollment manager Kimbrea Browning and Provost Dr. Nelson Soto who provide enlightening information about today’s adult degree seeker. Then, no time to hit the gym? Rachel Leigh shows us how to get a great workout in the park. Use what you got – swings, monkey bars, even a bench – for these fun and effective exercises that don’t require a gym membership.
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