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November 19, 2018

ASUW and GPSS Elections + Inauguration

This past spring, a new team of inspiring and enthusiastic students were slated as candidates in the 2018-2019 ASUW and GPSS elections. ASUW Elections Campaigning for the ASUW election commenced two weeks prior to the voting period and successfully garnered support from a large number of UW community members. As always, there were many promising…


Rock the Vote!

In preparation for the 2018 midterm elections, UW student leaders rallied together in an effort to drive voter registration and turnout.   According to Nick Peda, Organizing Coordinator for ASUW’s Office of Government Relations (OGR), roughly 500 individuals filled out registration forms as a direct result of organized outreach efforts urging students to vote. In…


Meet Our Intern: Alison Day

Join the HUB in welcoming Alison Day to the team! This academic year, Alison will be graduating with dual degrees in Communication and Education as well as a Minor in Diversity. As an intern, Alison will be working to foster community growth and student engagement at the HUB. In addition to creating, coordinating, and executing…


May 25, 2018

Letter from Lincoln

The end of the school year is upon us yet again and I can’t help but reflect on the amazing opportunity my colleagues and I have working with ASUW and GPSS student leaders. It is quite humbling…and exhausting at times…but such an honor. The conclusion of the year means that leadership transitions are underway. We…


Alumni Spotlight: Sabrina A. Fields, ASUW 2008-09 Director of Diversity Efforts

1. What was your most memorable UW class? Being one of the first students to start the UW Dream Project before it became an established UW program. If you look closely at the logo I’m the second silhouette from the right. 2. Who is your hero? Why? My mom is my shero. She’s a resilient…


HUB Student Spotlight: Giuliana Conti, GPSS 2017-18 Secretary

1. What is your role? What is your favorite thing about your role? I was elected Secretary of GPSS for this academic school year and while there are a myriad of responsibilities under my purview, my favorite part of being Secretary is working toward enhancing and advocating for diversity within our organization and graduate and…


The _______ Monologues

Students, staff, and faculty filled the HUB Lyceum on February 8th and 9th to hear experiences shared by a group of brave women, trans*, gender non-conforming, and genderqueer individuals. The stories were about personal moments of resistance, identity, and survival experienced by the performers. A range of topics were explored, such as gender identity, religion,…


Pasifik Voices

A few months ago, the ASUW Pacific Islander Student Commission began preparation for their quarterly event that occurred on January 31st, Pasifik Voices. This event was founded in 2009 by Kiana Fuega and Christina Pelesasa with the intention to provide a public space for Pasifik poet Sia Figel to present her work to the UW…


Huskies on the Hill

University of Washington students were invited to join ASUW and GPSS leaders on January 29th as they challenged our state legislative system with current affairs. This event, dubbed Huskies on Hill, provided UW students the opportunity travel to Olympia and lobby on behalf of student issues. Planning for this event began in early December, which…


ASUW Rebrand

Keeping a brand fresh and exciting is not an easy task. ASUW has recently tackled that challenge and has undergone a rebrand. This change was initiated by the ASUW Office of Communications at the beginning of April. Through interviewing a student focus group, the Association was able to pinpoint areas of improvement in the ASUW’s…


March 14, 2018

Letter from Lincoln

A very belated happy new year, y’all, and welcome to the latest edition of the HUB Alumni newsletter. We have reached the time of the quarter where you can see the anxiety and looks of worry on the faces of students. Whether related to finals, research papers, the challenges of everyday life, a break-up, or…


Alumni Spotlight: Danica You-Hamilton, ASUW 2001-02 President

1. What was your most memorable UW class? I took an independent study comparative literature class with Willis Konick when I was at the UW. I had taken a number of his films courses by that time, and like every other student who took those classes, immediately fell in love with his active and engaging…


HUB Student Spotlight: Sorana Nance, ASUW 2017-18 Student Senate Chair

1. What’s your role, and how did you get involved with ASUW? My role is Senate Speaker! I got involved as a Senator last year. My day-to-day work varies depending on the day of the week, but I generally spend the earlier part of the week sending out emails to keep Senators looped into the…


ASUW Commission Spotlight – Middle Eastern Student Commission

On November 17, 2017, ASUW’s Middle Eastern Student Commission held their first annual Professional Development Night. Students and professionals of Middle Eastern and Muslim origin gathered in Kane Hall to learn about opportunities in various fields. Numerous UW Alumni returned to campus to share their stories with those attending the event, thus creating a networking…


Registered Student Organization Update

Two on-campus clubs partnered with the HUB Games Area to host a fundraiser for Kiwanis Camp Casey last November. PediaPUPS, UW’s Student Pediatric Pharmacy Advocacy Group, and Rho Chi, UW’s chapter of the International Honor Society in Pharmacy, collaborated for this cause. Kiwanis Camp Casey is a free summer camp for children with physical disabilities…



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