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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...

10 Window Plants You Should Be Growing

In college it can be especially hard to stay on a budget and be healthy at the same time. We all know how easy it is to pick up a cheap bag of chips instead of spending extra on veggies. A simple solution for us college kids living with no garden space whatsoever and...

Learn Sustainability at Kinstone!

There are plenty of sustainable practices on and off campus in winona. One off-campus source that can specifically be useful for students is Kinstone, located in the bluffs in Fountain City - only a few minutes outside of Winona. Kristine Beck, the founder of...

Be Apart of the WarriorThon FUNdraiser!

As an education major, I am passionate about the well-being of children. This is why I joined CAST club, and it evolved into two different clubs this year: Warrior Advocates for Children and Warriors For The Kids (WFTK). I am the co-founder and vice president of WFTK...

Improve WSU One Assessment at a Time

Assessment Day is something that happens every year that most students get pretty excited about. Why, do you ask? Well, mainly because it's a chance to sleep in since classes before 3:30pm are canceled that day. But this day is very important, and WSU students should...

Say Goodbye to Food Insecurity

Food equity or food insecurity is a problem many people face without even realizing it. I think it's one of those things you've heard about but don't know what it really means. WSU defines it as “the lack of access to a sufficient amount of affordable, nutritious food...

Go Green With Homemade Products!

Not many people realize there are many harmful chemicals in the everyday products we use. This includes things in our diet, personal care items, cleaning supplies and toiletries. It’s important to become aware of what are in the products you use day to day and start...

The Power of Positivity: Making the World a Better Place

Positive thinking is often overlooked as a way to make the world a better place. People get so caught up in something that goes wrong or how to be better they forget to see the good. I know I am guilty of this. However, we can all learn from taking a step back and...

What You Can Take Away From Obama’s Farewell Address

Barack Obama’s Farewell Address was an emotional and inspiring final message to America delivered on Jan. 10, 2017. Obama has enabled huge changes for America in the last eight years, which can qualify him as one of the most inspiring figures today. This is why we...

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