Jessie Capper’ 17: “Take Me Out” by Franz Ferdinand
Michael Boggess ’17: “Let’s Go” by Calvin Harris
Sam Kunz ’15: “Crooked Smile” by J. Cole ft. TLC
Melody Sue ’16: “Runaway Baby” by Bruno MarsRead more "MORE OF OUR FAVORITE RUNNING SONGS"
With the Los Angeles Marathon just days away, Runner’s World & Running Times has posted a new story on its website about the participation of our students, community members, and President Chodosh in this year’s marathon to raise awareness for The Student Imperative. It’s not only a terrific feature highlighting the initiative taken by Ben Tillotson ’15 and […]Read more "Runner’s World & Running Times"
I’m running because I have no excuses not to. It’s for a good cause and it’s a good form of exercise. I’m in good physical condition so I should take this opportunity to complete a marathon. My biggest challenge so far is increasing the number of miles each week. Getting sick really throws my schedule […]Read more "Melody Sue ‘16"
Inspired by the #RunCMC 26.2 LA Marathon team running for The Student Imperative, CMC President Hiram Chodosh blogs From the Kitchen Table.Read more "Hiram E. Chodosh"
Why are you running the L.A. Marathon? I think this is an incredible opportunity to really push myself to my limits, physically and mentally. Also, I’m very excited to be running with a group of people and hopefully we can all push each other. I think it will be so much more rewarding to complete […]Read more "Griffin Ferre ‘17"
To be honest, I hate running. I first considered running in high school when I heard about the Princess Half Marathon held by Run Disney and decided that running a marathon was something that I really wanted to do as a bucket list item. However, I didn’t end up signing up for this race. I […]Read more "Hester Lam ’15"
Why are you running the L.A. Marathon? CMC needs a robust financial aid program to ensure that all of the brightest potential future leaders from around the world are able to attend. The best way to do this is fundraising. As a student I don’t personally have much to give, but hope that running the […]Read more "Ben Tillotson ‘15"