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Warriors Wear Teal

Warriors Wear Teal

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM).  Sexual assault can happen to all gender identities and sexual orientations. The subject of sexual assault may make you uncomfortable but that gives even more reasons to talk about it and raise awareness for it.  70%...

Get Your COVID-19 Immune Boost

Get Your COVID-19 Immune Boost

A booster shot is an additional dose of a vaccine that helps to boost your immunity as it starts to wear off over time. In context to COVID-19, this means that getting an additional dose of the vaccine will help your body stay strong in fighting off the virus and...

Bringing Nature to You

Bringing Nature to You

You might not know it from the cold weather but, as of March 20th, it’s officially spring. Instead of giving in to the cold and spending another week locked away inside your room waiting for nature to bloom, you could bring nature to you! Indoor plants can improve air...

Debunking 6 Common Nutrition Myths

Debunking 6 Common Nutrition Myths

All foods are good foods in moderation and bad in excess. The key to eating right is to have a well-balanced diet of foods that fuel your body. There are hundreds of diets out there that restrict certain food groups, calorie intake, and the timing of when you eat. On...

Lucky Charm Tips for a Safe St. Paddy’s Day

Lucky Charm Tips for a Safe St. Paddy’s Day

Happy St. Patrick's Day! St. Paddy’s is the biggest holiday where college students are introduced to binge drinking. WSU is a dry campus and we do not support nor endorse binge or underage drinking. We have some tips for you to celebrate this holiday safely without...

How to Plan Your Perfect Staycation

How to Plan Your Perfect Staycation

Spring break starts the season of FOMO for some college students who can’t afford to get away for vacay. If you can’t afford a beach getaway, create your own staycation! Not only will it help save you money on hotel, flights, and food, but it is also COVID safe to...

BIPOC Resources for Students

BIPOC Resources for Students

There has always been a need for BIPOC equitable resources. You may be wondering, what does BIPOC stand for? BIPOC is an inclusive umbrella term that stands for Black, Indigenous and people of color.  Here's our complied list for BIPOC students for on-campus, local...

Orthorexia: My Experience with Eating Disorders

Orthorexia: My Experience with Eating Disorders

In honor of February being eating disorder awareness month, I have decided to share my experience with Orthorexia. Right now, you may be thinking, “What is Orthorexia?”  Orthorexia Nervosa is an unhealthy focus on eating in a healthy way. Although eating healthy is...

Why You Should Lay Low

Why You Should Lay Low

Spring break is coming up fast. As you are packing up your bags, one thing you definitely don’t want to bring with you is COVID-19.  To make your make the most out of your spring break, in good health and hopefully virus-free, you should “lay low” these next few...

Safe Travel During a Pandemic

Safe Travel During a Pandemic

Delay travel until you are up to date on your COVID-19 vaccines. - CDC We get it: the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted every part of our lives, especially how we travel. It’s changed the everyday bus ride to East Lake to how we moved into our res halls and apartments...

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