Student Life

November 5, 2018

12 New (School) Year Resolutions

January may be the most popular time to take on a new project or goal, but for those of us still in school, September seems like a whole new year, too. Why wait until 2019 to start on some resolutions? Here are a few ideas to choose from, or to inspire your own resolutions. Find…


March 20, 2018

Dr. Denzil J. Suite elected as NASPA board chair

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 19, 2018 Seattle, WA Dr. Denzil J. Suite, Vice President for Student Life at the University of Washington, has been elected as the next Board Chair of NASPA, the world’s leading association for student affairs professionals. Dr. Suite, who previously served as a Member-at-Large on the NASPA Board of Directors, began…


January 17, 2018

10 Ways to Destress This Winter Quarter

Winter quarter (or any quarter, honestly) can be stressful for a variety of reasons—anything from the lack of sunlight to a mid-year motivation slump, a tough course load or just feeling stuck in a rut. If you find yourself facing a lot of stress, overwhelm, or are feeling really tense, try some of these tricks…


November 22, 2017

Reflections on gratitude from your fellow Huskies

November can be tough. Between the early darkness of Daylight Savings Time, seemingly endless midterms, and Seattle’s ever-present rain, it’s a point in Fall Quarter when it’s easy to get stressed out, overwhelmed, or just a little down, so it seemed like time for a little positivity. With Thanksgiving coming up, I decided it was…


October 3, 2017

21 Tips for making the most of your first year at UW

Check out the first in a series from student blogger Hannah, a UW junior studying Marketing and English who is also involved with the American Marketing Association and Her Campus UW. When not pitching, writing or editing UWSL blog posts, she’s probably making PowerPoint presentations for a case competition or ordering a vanilla latte on the Ave. Hey…


April 11, 2017

How are you feeling?

As we start spring quarter and celebrate the change in season, it is also important to acknowledge that some within our campus community are facing challenges from a range of stressors: from a polarized political environment to academic and personal difficulties.  Such challenges can add stress to what are already demanding times.  The time is…