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An Ecuadorian Experience

This summer I had the privilege of serving in the beautiful country of Ecuador under missionaries, Steve & Sandi Youngren, as their Communications Intern. The Youngrens have founded a non-profit...

Creating Community with a SEED

WSU did something new and exciting this past spring by planting a Sustainable, Edible, Education Discovery (SEED) Garden! “The Winona State University SEED Garden is a place where anyone can come and work, relax,...

Recognizing Professor Olasee Davis: Part 2

This is a continuation of the post Recognizing Professor Olasee Davis: How His Partnership Offers WSU Students Learning Opportunities in the U.S. Virgin Islands Alongside Ranger Benito Vegas from the National Park Service, at the Christiansted National Historic Site...

Recognizing Professor Olasee Davis: Part 3

This is a continuation of the post Recognizing Professor Olasee Davis: Part 2 On one of the last days working with our community partners, Professor Davis joins us at The Village (Virgin Islands Partners in Recovery) where a group of WSU students has been...

Fighting Against Disease: A Class Reflection

There are enemies in this world that outnumber human beings and have the potential to end everything that we hold dear. We can’t see them coming and soon we may have no way to stop them. These microscopic armies are knocking at our front doors every second waiting for...

Improving The Arts: WarriorsINNOVATE Winner

Over the last six months, my colleagues and I at Treedome worked together to compete in WSU’s WarriorsINNOVATE Challenge. The challenge was an entrepreneurial competition where students work to create a concept, outline, and business plan for a potential company. Over...

Get Acquainted With Arbor Day And Earth Day

First off, lets makes sure we know the difference between the Arbor Day and Earth Day. Arbor Day’s purpose is to plant more trees in the community, while Earth Day’s purpose is to pay attention to the condition the environment is in and what we can do to help it....

International Dinner Review: One World, One Community

Diverse culture, beautiful fashion, delicious food, engaging entertainment and wonderful people. The 30th Annual International Dinner was the place to be Saturday night. A mirage of culture and colors mixed with the intoxicating aroma of curry-based foods makes for a...

The 5 Ws to Volunteering

I remember in high school I was always told by teachers that volunteering and getting involved will help you get into your desired college. Being able to add extra experience to your college application and show you are motivated and responsible might serve as the...

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