Month: September 2019

Meg Klink of Washington College Women’s Soccer Opens Up About Depression, Anxiety and Eating Disorders, While Urging Society to Normalize Mental Health Issues

Published By: Holly Ruvo Interviewed By: Ben Ruvo Meg Klink is a senior forward on the Women’s Soccer Team at Washington College, located on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. She is an Art History major with a minor in Physics. Ben: How has your athletic career been shaped since you were a kid until now? […]

Ultramarathon Runner Kouros Sadeghi-Nejad Redefines “Running On Empty” Amidst Mental Block in the Daily Training Grind

Published By, Holly Ruvo Interviewed By, Ben Ruvo Kouros Sadeghi-Nejad is a road and trail runner currently attending New York University. He specializes in the half marathon, but has run races up to 50 miles. He graduated from West Essex Regional High School in 2019. In two years he plans to attempt his first 100 […]

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