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...

Taking Action to Create Change: The Power of the People United

WSU student and Winona community activist Tova Raylan Strange ‘23 found her platform and her voice this summer amid the outrage following the murder of George Floyd, and she has been taking action ever since as an outspoken advocate and grass roots organizer for all...

Fall 2020 Campus News

Electric Vehicle Charging Station Installed on Campus Over the summer, the university added two new electric vehicle charging stations to the Kryzsko Commons parking lot. To implement these new charging stations, WSU partnered with the community group Winona Climate...

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Taking Action to Create Change: Worth 1000 Words

Taking Action to Create Change: Worth 1000 Words

This summer, Winona State University senior Akpos Eyafe became a prominent face on social media coverage of the Black Lives Matter movement across the United States. While paying her respects at the George Floyd memorial in Minneapolis, someone asked to take her...

Taking Action to Create Change: The Power of the People United

Taking Action to Create Change: The Power of the People United

WSU student and Winona community activist Tova Raylan Strange ‘23 found her platform and her voice this summer amid the outrage following the murder of George Floyd, and she has been taking action ever since as an outspoken advocate and grass roots organizer for all...

A Statistician’s Role During COVID-19

A Statistician’s Role During COVID-19

With COVID-19 comes a wealth of data: tests conducted, tests confirmed, contact tracing, infection rates, trends over time – the list goes on. Without the expertise of statisticians collecting, analyzing, and presenting the data in an easy-to-understand way – it would...

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...

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Fall 2020 Campus News

Fall 2020 Campus News

Electric Vehicle Charging Station Installed on Campus Over the summer, the university added two new electric vehicle charging stations to the Kryzsko Commons parking lot. To implement these new charging stations, WSU partnered with the community group Winona Climate...

Fall 2020 Warrior Athletics

Fall 2020 Warrior Athletics

COVID Impacts Athletics & Homecoming Celebrations As with all other things, COVID-19 has and continues to impact Warrior Athletics. In August, WSU was informed that the NSIC Board of Directors had cancelled all fall sport seasons, suspending competition in all...

Fall 2020 Alumni News

Fall 2020 Alumni News

Homecoming 2020 & 2021 As you all likely know, Winona State made the decision in early August to postpone its Fall 2020 Homecoming celebration originally scheduled for Oct 8-11, 2020. While we were all disappointed, know that it was done out of an abundance of...

Fall 2020 Class Notes

Fall 2020 Class Notes

1960s James Sands '60 (Kasson, Minn.) spent his career as a teacher and athletic director in the Kasson-Mantorville district for 32 years, and was inducted into the Minnesota Athletic Director Hall of Fame in 2007. Jim passed away in June 2020.   1980s Donald...

Fall 2020 In Memoriam

Fall 2020 In Memoriam

We remember those Warriors who are no longer with us in person, but remain with us in spirit.   1940s Marjorie (Einhorn) Duel ‘42 – March 20, 2020Ruth (Swendiman) Hovden ’43 – March 15, 2020   1950s Mary (Kotlaba) Kaplan ’50 – March 16, 2020Clarice (Jackson) Smith ’52...

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...

Fall 2020 Alumni News

Homecoming 2020 & 2021 As you all likely know, Winona State made the decision in early August to postpone its Fall 2020 Homecoming celebration originally scheduled for Oct 8-11, 2020. While we were all disappointed, know that it was done out of an abundance of...

Fall 2020 In Memoriam

We remember those Warriors who are no longer with us in person, but remain with us in spirit.   1940s Marjorie (Einhorn) Duel ‘42 – March 20, 2020Ruth (Swendiman) Hovden ’43 – March 15, 2020   1950s Mary (Kotlaba) Kaplan ’50 – March 16, 2020Clarice (Jackson) Smith ’52...

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...

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