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 What is the Stath Blog?


The Stath Blog is a central hub for student-athletes to share their stories and experiences in their own words. It also acts as a resource providing tips, advice and tools to prospective, current and former student-athletes and sport enthusiasts.

Stath” is a blend of the words student and athlete.


The aim of The Stath Blog is to:

1.     Feature and promote the stories of student-athletes,

2.     Provide resources for current and former student-athletes,

3.     And Connect all student-athletes in one central place


Mission Statement

Our mission is to share and promote of student-athletes, current and former, across Canada and provide them with resources to excel in and out of sport.

Vision Statement

We hope to create one central place for all student-athletes to go for everything pertaining to the student-athlete experience.


who we are?

We are a team of former student-athletes and sports enthusiasts who see the value in the stories of student-athletes and want to make sure they are heard. The Stath Blog was created by Rashari Henry, a former student-athlete who attended Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ontario. He wanted to create a place where anyone could go to get a true picture of what it means to be a student-athlete. He founded the blog in 2016 while in his second year and has been working to grow it ever since. Him and his team are working to continue growing the site’s presence all across Canada and aim to make a meaningful impact within the sports community.

Want to get involved? Send us an email at info@stathblog.com.

In the News

Laurier student creates blog to share the Stath experience - Waterloo Chronicle (July 27, 2016) 

WLU athlete, Rashari Henry, starts student athlete blog - The Cord (September 4, 2016)

Laurier defensive end Henry shines light on varsity experience - Waterloo Region Record (October 6, 2016)


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