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Vax to School

Vax to School

Minnesota is the front runner in vaccine efforts in the Midwest with nearly 70% of the statewide population have received at least one dose of their COVID-19 vaccine, it’s easy to think everything COVID-19 is behind us.   As the new Delta variant has emerged...

Warrior Dash Virtual 5K

Warrior Dash Virtual 5K

Walk or run at your own pace with the Warrior Dash Virtual 5K! WSU Health Advocates are teaming up with the Gym Buddy Program for our annual 5K. This event will take place from August 23rd–28th follow along on social media for more event updates and details.  If...

PRIDE: Your Guide to STI’s

PRIDE: Your Guide to STI’s

You may remember that awkward day in health class when you learned about the reproductive system, but did they teach you about LGBTQIA+ sexual health needs as well? Most often the answer is no as there’s a huge lack in sexual education during primary education–and an...

PRIDE: Your Guide to Safe Sex

PRIDE: Your Guide to Safe Sex

Preventative Safe Sex Measures  There are many tools to use to ensure that you are engaging in safe sex. Sex is supposed to be fun and enjoyable, using condoms, lube, and other toys can help enhance the experience as well as keep you safe.  There are many different...

PRIDE: Your Guide to Consensual Sex

PRIDE: Your Guide to Consensual Sex

Copyright ©2015 Emmeline May and Blue Seat Studios The messages around safe and consensual sex are consistent regardless of how you identify or your sexuality. The concept is quite simple: yes means yes and no means no. Asking for consent can feel awkward at first,...

6 Tips for a Safe & Healthy Return to Campus

6 Tips for a Safe & Healthy Return to Campus

Although the pandemic may seem like it’s behind us as millions of Americans are getting vaccinated across the country, the impact of COVID-19 will still be around for years, maybe even decades. Getting vaccinated against COVID-19 before the returning is essential to...

Your Guide to Understanding Health Insurance

Your Guide to Understanding Health Insurance

One of the more confusing parts of adulting is understanding your health insurance.  Many students are included in their parent's health insurance until the age of 26. For those who are turning 26 soon, or that have recently lost their health insurance coverage, you...

How to Make Everyday Earth Day

How to Make Everyday Earth Day

Reducing, Reusing, and Recycling aren’t going to cut it if we want to make it to the year 3000 where we all hope to be living underwater (as the Joe Bros put it). At this rate, after watching Seaspiricy on Netflix, we will be in submarines with thousands of dead...

When in Doubt, Don’t Smoke it Out

When in Doubt, Don’t Smoke it Out

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to alter college student's experiences and impact the way they are feeling. With the end of the semester in sight and feelings of spring fever mixed with pandemic fatigue–plus a dash of finals week anxiety looming in the background–it...

Why You Should Lay Low

Why You Should Lay Low

With the semester ending in a few weeks, many students are planning to return home for summer break. As you are packing up your bags, one thing you definitely don't want to bring home is COVID. To return home in good health and hopefully virus-free, you should "lay...

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