In Full Swing

By Judi Becker ’84, ’06, ’18 Winona State University Alum Donna Strum ’84, a native of Arlington Heights, Illinois, is looking back these days with a sense of fulfillment and gratitude for her WSU education and subsequent work as co-founder of the non-profit...

Taking Action to Create Change: Leaning into Wellness at WSU

By Judi Becker ’84, ’06, ’18 Winona State has been leaning in to practicing Mental Health First Aid across campus, with Director of Integrated Wellness, Kate Noelke, and HERS Assistant Professor Connie Mettille taking the lead in training faculty, staff and students....

Spring 2020 Campus News

The Center for Interdisciplinary Collaboration, Engagement and Learning Winona State has a new project in the works – the Center for Interdisciplinary Collaboration, Engagement and Learning, or CICEL. The building, which is up for capital bonding project consideration...

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Spring 2020 Alumni News

Spring 2020 Alumni News

Supporting Warrior Students Every year, the Winona State University Alumni Society Board awards scholarships to ten incoming students, and an additional two current students, who are all related to a WSU alum. In September, eight of our scholarship recipients and...

Spring 2020 Campus News

Spring 2020 Campus News

The Center for Interdisciplinary Collaboration, Engagement and Learning Winona State has a new project in the works – the Center for Interdisciplinary Collaboration, Engagement and Learning, or CICEL. The building, which is up for capital bonding project consideration...

Spring 2020 Warrior Athletics

Spring 2020 Warrior Athletics

Warrior Football Competes in 2019 Mineral Water Bowl Winona State University was selected to play in the 54th annual Mineral Water Bowl in Excelsior Springs, Mo. this past December, facing off against the University of Nebraska-Kearney. Prior to this year’s bowl, the...

Taking Action to Create Change: Leaning into Wellness at WSU

Taking Action to Create Change: Leaning into Wellness at WSU

By Judi Becker ’84, ’06, ’18 Winona State has been leaning in to practicing Mental Health First Aid across campus, with Director of Integrated Wellness, Kate Noelke, and HERS Assistant Professor Connie Mettille taking the lead in training faculty, staff and students....

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In Full Swing

In Full Swing

By Judi Becker ’84, ’06, ’18 Winona State University Alum Donna Strum ’84, a native of Arlington Heights, Illinois, is looking back these days with a sense of fulfillment and gratitude for her WSU education and subsequent work as co-founder of the non-profit...

WSU Alum Leads Olmsted County Testing Center

WSU Alum Leads Olmsted County Testing Center

Winona State University alumna Jaci (Johnson) Gosse ‘95 (Mass Communication-Journalism) is providing operational management support to the Graham Park/Olmsted County Fairgrounds COVID-19 drive through test site in Rochester, Minn., on behalf of Mayo Clinic. She...

Spring 2020 Class Notes

Spring 2020 Class Notes

1950s Glennice (Welcher) Morgenson ’53 (Baytown, Texas) retired last year after 22 years serving as director of the West Chambers County Food Pantry. 1960s Lawrence Marchionda ’66 (Fond Du Lac, Wis.), former Winona State wrestler and WSU Hall of Fame member, has...

Spring 2020 Class Notes

Spring 2020 In Memoriam

We remember those Warriors who are no longer with us in person, but remain with us in spirit. 1940s Allan Hassinger ‘40 passed away November 2, 2017 1950s Joyce (Austin) Jacobson ’55 passed away January 4, 2020 Kathleen (Keese) Sines ’55 passed away November 17, 2019...

Feeding Winona Kids

Feeding Winona Kids

Blooming Grounds, a café and community hub for 17 years in Winona, is working collaboratively to meet the need of local school children experiencing food scarcity due to the statewide decision to close public K-12 schools as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Owner...

WSU in the News: WSU Alum First Black Mayor in Anoka County

WSU in the News: WSU Alum First Black Mayor in Anoka County

Winona State University alumnus and former football player, Darion (D.) Love ’92, was recently appointed mayor for Centerville, Minn., making him the first black mayor in Anoka County. Love, a Chicago native, has lived in Centerville for 19 years and has worked at...

WSU Alum Leads Olmsted County Testing Center

Winona State University alumna Jaci (Johnson) Gosse ‘95 (Mass Communication-Journalism) is providing operational management support to the Graham Park/Olmsted County Fairgrounds COVID-19 drive through test site in Rochester, Minn., on behalf of Mayo Clinic. She...

Spring 2020 Warrior Athletics

Warrior Football Competes in 2019 Mineral Water Bowl Winona State University was selected to play in the 54th annual Mineral Water Bowl in Excelsior Springs, Mo. this past December, facing off against the University of Nebraska-Kearney. Prior to this year’s bowl, the...

Spring 2020 Alumni News

Supporting Warrior Students Every year, the Winona State University Alumni Society Board awards scholarships to ten incoming students, and an additional two current students, who are all related to a WSU alum. In September, eight of our scholarship recipients and...

Spring 2020 In Memoriam

We remember those Warriors who are no longer with us in person, but remain with us in spirit. 1940s Allan Hassinger ‘40 passed away November 2, 2017 1950s Joyce (Austin) Jacobson ’55 passed away January 4, 2020 Kathleen (Keese) Sines ’55 passed away November 17, 2019...

Spring 2020 Class Notes

1950s Glennice (Welcher) Morgenson ’53 (Baytown, Texas) retired last year after 22 years serving as director of the West Chambers County Food Pantry. 1960s Lawrence Marchionda ’66 (Fond Du Lac, Wis.), former Winona State wrestler and WSU Hall of Fame member, has...

In Full Swing

By Judi Becker ’84, ’06, ’18 Winona State University Alum Donna Strum ’84, a native of Arlington Heights, Illinois, is looking back these days with a sense of fulfillment and gratitude for her WSU education and subsequent work as co-founder of the non-profit...

Spring 2020 Campus News

The Center for Interdisciplinary Collaboration, Engagement and Learning Winona State has a new project in the works – the Center for Interdisciplinary Collaboration, Engagement and Learning, or CICEL. The building, which is up for capital bonding project consideration...

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