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Resilient Warriors: Flip the Switch Of Gratitude

Resilient Warriors: Flip the Switch Of Gratitude

We all have something that we are grateful for no matter what that person or item may be and these things are important to our lives and that’s why it is so important to practice and use gratitude to become resilient warriors. This week, after watching Mick Lynch’s...

Disco Safely this Homecoming

Disco Safely this Homecoming

Our purplest week of the year is here! Warriors come from near and far to celebrate with disco fever.    WSU does not promote underage or binge drinking. However, we recognize that homecoming is a time of year that many students participate like to participate in...

Dear Reader: A Student Story on SA

Dear Reader: A Student Story on SA

Please note that this blog shares a student story regarding sexual assault. If you or someone you know has experienced sexual assault, please consider the following resources: Health & Wellness Services for a SANE exam, Counseling Services for mental health, and...

You Bombed the Midterm, Now What?

You Bombed the Midterm, Now What?

We all know that college is different from high school…in many more ways than one. For me, one of the biggest shockers freshman year was that the grades I got on my tests were very much related to the final grades I received at the end of the semester. While high...

Meet Your Peers

Meet Your Peers

Having conflicts with your roommates or challenges with adjusting to college? The Peer-to-Peer support program is here to help, as it is a mental health resource for all WSU students. Peer counselors are here to help students talk through some of the challenges...

Drinking & Driving: Wasted and Wheels Don’t Mix

Drinking & Driving: Wasted and Wheels Don’t Mix

Drinking and driving is a serious issue especially among college-aged students. Roughly 1,519 college-aged students between 18 and 24-years old die from a drunk driving incident or other alcohol-related incident. While drinking legally at the age of 21 is a common...

Your Guide to Non-STIs: UTI, BV, and Yeast Infections

Your Guide to Non-STIs: UTI, BV, and Yeast Infections

Not all smells and itches “down there” are sexually transmitted. It may be hard to tell because they affect the sex organs. These non-sti concerns are infections that can be caused by multiple factors. Even though they aren’t spread just by sex, having safe, clean and...

Your Guide to STIs: The Clam, Clap, Syph and Trich

Your Guide to STIs: The Clam, Clap, Syph and Trich

Sexually transmitted infections, STIs, are common when you are sexually active. 1 in 3 young adults will have an STI by the age of 25. It may sound scary, but most STIs are treatable and are preventable by using barrier methods.   It’s important to get tested often as...

12 Self-Care Tips You Should Practice

12 Self-Care Tips You Should Practice

Most college students would agree, as fun as college is, it is also very stressful. Students take on various roles, and that sometimes goes unnoticed. Most of us have jobs, on or off campus, so we must be an employee as well as a student. Some of us participate in...

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