The Winonan

Overview: The Winonan is WSU’s official campus newspaper. It is distributed once a week and put together entirely by a team of students. It contains important news about WSU events and cool features on campus figures and students. The best part for a beginning journalist or photographer is that you get paid per contribution.

Medium of publication: Print and online

Positions: Paid reporter and photographer

Check it out: http://thewinonan.winonastateu.com

 

Wellzine

Overview: Wellzine is a health magazine distributed via campus email. There’s a new issue every month that is packed with articles pertinent to student health and it also contains important information concerning campus events and campus health and wellness services.

Medium of publication: Online

Positions: Volunteer reporter and photographers

Check it out: http://www.winona.edu/healthpromotion/wellzine.asp

 

KQAL

Overview: KQAL is WSU’s very own radio channel on channel 89.5. This can be accessed around Winona and is run mostly by students. You might not know this but KQAL is run out of the Phelps mass communication building on campus.

Medium of publication: Radio

Positions: Volunteer DJ’s

Check it out: Turn your radios to 89.5 or visit http://www.kqal.org/winonas-radio-alternative/

 

Hercampus

Overview: Hercampus is a nationwide platform that a few WSU seniors brought local this year. They write a variety of content, from blogs to features.

Medium of publication: Online

Positions: Volunteer writers

Check it out: http://www.hercampus.com/school/winona

 

WSU Blogs

Overview:

Medium of publication: Online

Positions: Volunteer writers

Check it out: Email webcomm@winona.edu to learn more about being a WSU Blogger

–Kim Schneider

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Kim Schneider

Kim graduated in 2016 with BA degrees in Mass Communication and English. She is from Roseville, MN and enjoys playing guitar, watching live music, volleyball, running, and kayaking at her family cabin on Lake Vermilion.