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The following Rec & P.E. Spotlight was contributed by Chris Hendricks, Assistant Director of Outdoor Adventures.

Adaptive programming is a continuously growing component of recreation programs across the country. Programs have embraced this opportunity for inclusion in many different facets. These include accessible programs, facility renovations, and partnerships with organizations like Special Olympics and Unified Sports.

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It was shaping up as a Spring Break like any other at Duke University in March 2020. With most students gone for the week, the facilities staff was preparing to spruce up the popular Wilson Recreation Center, readying it for the end of the semester.

Duke Rec in the News

Wilson Recreation Center and Taishoff Aquatics Pavilion will undergo procedural changes starting July 1, according to a Monday email from Duke Recreation & Physical Education.

Reservations will no longer be required for Wilson, though capacity limits will remain in place; these limits are 75 in the weight room, 25 in the cardio area and two on the indoor track. 

Duke Rec in the News

“We have a new hobby now thanks to how good of value the equipment rental is at Duke Rec,” said Chang, a developer for Duke Health Technology Solutions. “The prices are so good I’m considering how we can find more hobbies outdoors.”

Image credit: Linda Chang via Duke Today

Duke Rec in the News

The following Rec & P.E. Spotlight was contributed by Chris Hendricks, Assistant Director of Outdoor Adventures.

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