By Larry Kidder | In order to keep the Superfield healthy and thriving, 175 tons of sand are being added. The sand will help with aeration and drainage. Scroll down for more.
By Larry Kidder | For more than 400 people on Thursday, June 5, Drayson Center's pool felt like a tropical paradise.
By Larry Kidder | Edwin Jones, intramural manager at Drayson Center, surveys some of the damage caused by normal use and extra events.
By Larry Kidder | Hildemar Dos Santos, PhD (standing, right), director of the Office of Preventive Care, shares information to 16 of the 20 participants enrolled in the Full Plate Diet Study.
By Larry Kidder | This panoramic view of Opsahl Gym during the second of five graduation programs gives a sense of the magnitude of the crowds.
By Larry Kidder | Zachary Tamayo, a Red Cross representative, discusses current trends that he sees in the aquatics industry as well as public health concerns for local communities.
By Larry Kidder | Michelle Parker, MA, program specialist for trauma transport services at Loma Linda University Medical Center, stands next to a table representing the number of water submersi
By Larry Kidder | Yes, this is Opsahl Gym, transformed into a starry night for four employee recognition banquets.
By Larry Kidder | Dulce Haviland, MA, MFA (left), and Evelyn Olive visited with Drayson Center members to raise awareness of Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome as part of Occupational Therapy Month 2018.
By Larry Kidder | Facilities manager Richard Wysong adjusts the control panel for the new heat exchanger.