New Wellness Initiatives Fund Fuels Grassroots Approaches to Student Health and Wellness

During the summer before her senior year, Catherine Klein ’19 hit a metaphorical brick wall. A criminology and psychology double major and goalie on the varsity soccer team, Klein worked as a lab technician at a company near her home in Connecticut. That was on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. On Tuesdays and Thursdays, she did an internship at a residential facility helping ex-offenders on parole. Each week night and on Saturdays, Klein devoted three to four hours to soccer training—agility, speed and goalkeeping.

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