Te Greek Voice
Luke Picking ‘15
Interraternity CouncilVice President o Public Relationsuwgreekvoice@gmail.com
David Gillam ‘14
Kim Downing ‘15
Stephanie Hamill ‘15
Aleksander Posielski ‘16
Evan Rumpza ‘16
Marissa Freeman ‘14
Panhellenic AssociationVice President o Public Relationsuwgreekvoice@gmail.com
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Nicholas Franko ‘16
Desi Schatz ‘16
Greek Voice Editorial Staff Extra
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In Issue 23.3, “ASUW Road to Election,” candidates AlexFraser and Daniel Nguyen’s names were spelled incorrectly.Kyle Curtis is a member o Delta Lambda Phi
riginally built in 1949, the student union orUW, now known as the Husky Union Buildingor HUB, is home to student government andorganizations, recreation and dining acilitiesand houses various oces and services.Both student and aculty and sta anticipated theopening o the original 71,000 square oot building withan enthusiastic reception. Seen as the “hub o campus lie,”the Washington Daily coined the term “HUB” in the early 1950’s, just beore the 1952 addition that more than doubledthe size o the building.Tis expansion added another deck to the building witha ballroom, game room, barbershop and additional oodservices. Over the next decade, the HUB saw continuousadditions that brought it to its present 262,000 square eet.From 2010-2012, the most current renovation, drivenby student initiatives, was meant to reach our goals o creating a welcoming space, open the building, connect tothe campus and build community. With a reopened andtotally redesigned foor plan, the HUB oers Huskies thetools required or any necessity.Open Monday – Tursday 7am to 11pm, Friday 7am tomidnight, and Saturday 8am-midnight, the HUB still oersall the amenities o the original building plus many more.Students will nd the basement space lled with ameditation room, the RSO oces, a bowling center, billiardsand table tennis as well as many other games. Te groundfoor is home to the University Bookstore, which carries agreat collection o Husky gear similar to the Ave location.You will also nd many dining halls and even a Subway!Going up to the other foors, students will nd theStudent Organization Resource Center (SORC), ASUWCommissions and Services, the Oce o Fraternity andSorority Lie (home o the Greek Voice production!), EventInormation, lounges, and especially, the ASUW BikeShop, Commuter Commons with Dawg Prints Station, andLyceum.Te ASUW Bike Shop provides ast and aordablebicycle repairs to promote healthy activity and ways o transportation. Some o their services include, but aren’tlimited too, ull bike tune-ups, brake adjustments, fat xes,and parts ordering.o learn more about the nonprot undergraduatestudent government at the University o Washington,ASUW, visit them in HUB 121! Tey house many programs,services and events or students on campus. Te ASUWworks closely with the Student Advisory Oce (SAO) andthe Graduate and Proessional Student Senate (GPSS) inproviding services or not only undergraduates but alsoclubs and graduate studentsLocated in HUB 236, the Oce o Fraternity and Sorority Lie (OFSL) serves as the main contact in the coordination o individual Recognition Agreements between the University o Washington and the raternities and sororities associatedwith the Panhellenic and Interraternity Councils.Te OFSL is used by the executive boards o bothcouncils, and is also used by our sta at the Greek Voice.Fraternity and sorority member requent the oce to turnin orms, meet with advisors, and check out grade reports.Nearby these important oces, the Lyceum andballrooms, as well as many other meeting / event rooms onthe second and third foors are oered at discounted ratesto provide students and student organizations meeting andevent space in the HUB.Student organizations are eligible or one meeting ortwo hours or less per week in small and mid-sized meetingrooms or ree as long as they are requested at least threebusiness days in advance. Larger rooms are listed onthe HUB’s ratesheet to refect only the room reservationcost. Additional charges will be applied or equipment,urnishings, ood services, cleaning, etc. o access thesereservation costs and receive step-by-step directions on thereservation process, have your student UWNetID ready and visit HUB Event Services.o nd more inormation about the HUB and all that itoers or you to get involved, there are events and importantupdates daily on their Facebook, Foursquare and witteraccounts as well as the main webpage, hub.washington.edu.
What a Year It Has Been in the New HUB
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