Perspective, Collaboration & Innovation, Provost Newton Looks to Inspire WSU toward Future

As a boy growing up in Northern California, Dr. Darrell Newton was the kid who would play for several hours with other children, but then sneak away to read science fiction or even better, to watch old black and white drama films from the BBC on local television. ...

Spring 2021 Commencement

Ringing In a New Tradition On the crisp cool morning of May 7, this year's spring graduates got the chance to celebrate the ending of a chapter with a new meaningful tradition. The 2021 seniors grabbed ahold of a purple cord and rang the university's new 275-pound...

Helping Pit Bulls One Book at a Time

Cassie Douglas '18 wanted to make a difference in the world by using her talents as a writer.  With the help of her partner and a nonprofit, she’s making a difference for American Pit Bull Terriers in Minnesota through a children’s book the team published late last...

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Helping Pit Bulls One Book at a Time

Helping Pit Bulls One Book at a Time

Cassie Douglas '18 wanted to make a difference in the world by using her talents as a writer.  With the help of her partner and a nonprofit, she’s making a difference for American Pit Bull Terriers in Minnesota through a children’s book the team published late last...

Spring 2021 Commencement

Spring 2021 Commencement

Ringing In a New Tradition On the crisp cool morning of May 7, this year's spring graduates got the chance to celebrate the ending of a chapter with a new meaningful tradition. The 2021 seniors grabbed ahold of a purple cord and rang the university's new 275-pound...

Professor Pop-Up Highlights

Professor Pop-Up Highlights

A university is only as good as its faculty and we are thankful to have some of the best around! Over and over again, we've heard alumni say how the faculty they worked with helped them to reach their highest potential. As a way to spotlight our outstanding faculty,...

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Top WSU News

Top WSU News

WSU Announces In-Person Learning In-person experiences are imperative to a student’s college experience. That’s why WSU plans to have 70 percent of classes in-person for the Fall 2021 Semester, with the other 30 percent a mix of online, hybrid, and in the field...

Milestones, Broken Records, & a Bittersweet Farewell

Milestones, Broken Records, & a Bittersweet Farewell

Tom Sawyer Retirement  After leading Winona State University's football program for the last 25 years, WSU’s renowned football coach Tom Sawyer will retire following the Fall 2021 season. Known as a well-respected, down-to-earth, approachable leader, Sawyer holds...

Community Impact, New Director, & Alumni Events

Community Impact, New Director, & Alumni Events

WSU & SMU on Same Team Teaming up monthly since last summer to collaborate, share information, and offer resources, Winona State University and Saint Mary’s University are working to tear down the perceived walls of being in competition with each other. A recent...

Spring 2021 Class Notes

Spring 2021 Class Notes

1960s Robert Junghans ’69 (Saint Paul, Minn.) will be releasing his third novel, The Sower, a mystery/political thriller set in Minnesota and Massachusetts and sequel to his earlier best seller, The Reaper, on May 3, 2021.   1980s Ronald Andro ’81 (Gibsonia, Pa.)...

Spring 2021 In Memoriam

Spring 2021 In Memoriam

We remember those Warriors who are no longer with us in person, but remain with us in spirit. Faculty/Staff Ronald Butterfield ‘63 (Rochester, Minn.) passed away July 30, 2020. He graduated from Rochester John Marshall and received an associate degree from Rochester...

Striving for Equity

Striving for Equity

Following the killing of George Floyd in May, there has been renewed energy around the Black Lives Matter movement and making our nation a more just and equitable society. Winona State University stands with the Black community, and all who are marginalized. We sat...

Perspective, Collaboration & Innovation, Provost Newton Looks to Inspire WSU toward Future

As a boy growing up in Northern California, Dr. Darrell Newton was the kid who would play for several hours with other children, but then sneak away to read science fiction or even better, to watch old black and white drama films from the BBC on local television. ...

Top WSU News

WSU Announces In-Person Learning In-person experiences are imperative to a student’s college experience. That’s why WSU plans to have 70 percent of classes in-person for the Fall 2021 Semester, with the other 30 percent a mix of online, hybrid, and in the field...

Spring 2021 Class Notes

1960s Robert Junghans ’69 (Saint Paul, Minn.) will be releasing his third novel, The Sower, a mystery/political thriller set in Minnesota and Massachusetts and sequel to his earlier best seller, The Reaper, on May 3, 2021.   1980s Ronald Andro ’81 (Gibsonia, Pa.)...

Helping Pit Bulls One Book at a Time

Cassie Douglas '18 wanted to make a difference in the world by using her talents as a writer.  With the help of her partner and a nonprofit, she’s making a difference for American Pit Bull Terriers in Minnesota through a children’s book the team published late last...

Spring 2021 In Memoriam

We remember those Warriors who are no longer with us in person, but remain with us in spirit. Faculty/Staff Ronald Butterfield ‘63 (Rochester, Minn.) passed away July 30, 2020. He graduated from Rochester John Marshall and received an associate degree from Rochester...

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