ASUWB Newsletter

Spring 2015

Dear Students,

On behalf of the Associated students of the University of Washington Bothell (ASUWB) we would like to wish you the best of luck in your Spring Quarter! Over the past academic year, ASUWB has been working hard to make sure that you can make the most of the coming quarter. We hope you find the information in this newsletter helpful and, as always, if you have any questions, comments, or concerns, we would love to hear from you at

ASUWB is now on Instagram!

Follow us @asuwbothell

Quarterly Reports

Want to know what your ASUWB Representatives are working on? Each quarter, ASUWB Officers submit invdividual reports detailing some of their accomplishments as well as future goals they wish to achieve as Student Government Representatives.

To view Officer reports, visit

ASUWB Elections

Get ready to vote for your

2015-16 ASUWB Student Government Representatives!

View Elections information and Meet the Candidates at

Voting is open May 4th-7th!

Diversity on Campus

A letter from your ASUWB Director of Student Advocacy:

Hello UW Bothell Students,

First of all, we would like to thank you for all of the hard work that you have put in to raising awareness about diversity on our campus. You have spoken, we hear you, and we understand the need for additional resources relating to diversity.

We are devoted to advocating for your voice, and we want to take ownership of not being as accessible as we need in order to accurately represent University of Washington Bothell students. We are passionate about being accessible to students, and we want to create, and sustain a culture of reciprocal communication.

Again, thank you for your tireless efforts, and we look forward to working with you on this important initiative.


Brandon Johnson

ASUWB Director of Student Advocacy

Student Diversity Council

As per the passionate discussion with Chancellor Yeigh, Vice Chancellor Ana Karaman, Professor Janelle Silva, and Dr. Silva's class, ASUWB is going to work with the administration to establish a Student Diversity Council. We agree that students need an organized platform to sustain dialogue with the administration on diversity related issues.

If you would like to be a part of this council, please contact Brandon Johnson, ASUWB Director of Student Advocacy, at

Open Student Testimonies

In order to better represent the STUDENT VOICE, ASUWB will now be incorporating time dedicated to open student testimonies at each of our weekly Tuesday meetings!

Join us in the Rose Room (UW1-280) between 9:00am and 10:00am any Tuesday of the quarter. No appointment or request necessary!

Voice your opinions, raise concerns, ask questions, or discuss anything else you would like to speak to your representatives about! See you there!

Spring Food Trucks

Hungry for some more food options on campus?

ASUWB and UWB Food Services have worked hard to ensure that Food Trucks are back and better than ever!

New Food Trucks include:

  • Larry's Smokehouse (Smoked Salmon & BBQ)
  • Chewaya (Authentic Moroccan BBQ)
  • Biscuit Box (Unique Biscuit Meals)

The schedule varies slightly from week to week and can be found on the whiteboard in the South Parking Garage, or at:

ASUWB Student of the Month

Know a UW Bothell student that has made a positive impact on our community?
Nominate them for the ASUWB Student of the Month Award!

Winners are given a formal certificate and small gift for their achievements as well as recognition via posters throughout campus.

Visit to submit your nomination by 5pm on the 30th of each month!

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Student Discounts

Next time shopping, dining, or sipping in the greater Puget Sound Region, use your Husky Card to gain special discounts at any of these vendors!

Bothell Discounts:

Seattle Discounts:

Tacoma Discounts:

Holly the Husky

Is your Club hosting an event during fall quarter?

Bring UWB’s Mascot, Holly the Husky to your event for some fun photo opportunities!

To request Holly's attendance at your event, visit

Come Visit Us in UW1-011!

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