Why You Should Vote

With the upcoming midterm elections, politics is...

4 Thrifty Halloween Costume Ideas

Jack-o-lanterns, spooky ghosts and giant spider...

How to Get Involved with the Winona Warming Shelter

I was around 12 years old when I first started...

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Choosing Your Roommate

Can you believe it? You’re almost halfway through your senior year of high school! When I was a senior, all I could think about was college and doing everything I could to prepare for it. Once I had decided that Winona State was the school for me, it was full speed...

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Resilient Warriors: Live Your Why

Why are you in college? Why do you work hard and make sacrifices every day? These are some questions that Mick Lynch asked us in his latest video, Live Your Why which talks all about our purpose or our “why” in life. Have you ever stopped to think about why you do the...

Finals Preparation: Study Structures and Tips

The end of the semester is quickly approaching and so are finals. You may find yourself pulling all-nighters or struggling to use your study time effectively. Don’t stress though because I have some useful ideas to incorporate into your study sessions to ensure you...

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10 Cheap Ways to Give Back This Holiday Season

Often times we find ourselves wanting to do good over the holiday season, but our bank account tells us otherwise. However, there are so many ways that we can give back that doesn’t cost us a penny! Here are ten ways that you can give back for little or no money this...

Make a Little Mean a Lot on Give to the Max Day

As college students, it’s universally accepted that we don't have much disposable income. We work jobs that pay minimum wage. We scrape underneath couch cushions, behind tables, and under parked cars in search of change. We inwardly weep every time we’re forced to...

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Things to Do Around Winona to Get in the Holiday Spirit

Winona does a wonderful job of bringing the holiday season to life.  In previous years, WSU students missed out on many of the Winona holiday celebrations because they would leave at the beginning of December for winter break. Although many students weren’t too keen...

How to Thank the People of WSU

When it comes time to this time of year, it’s natural to think about the many things in our lives that we are thankful for. It is especially important to express our gratitude for the people we are surrounded by, regardless if they are family, friends, or peers. In...

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