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...

Winona State Universitree: Celebrating Arbor Day

Maybe you heard the slogan “Campus of Trees” when you first toured Winona. Maybe you noticed that it was difficult to find two autumnal leaves that were exactly alike. Or maybe you visibly cringed when you walked past the Gingko and asked no one in particular, “What...

A Day to Remember

  People encircled the Smaug stage. Some were seated directly in front of it, listening intently and asking questions. Others milled along the side and back walls, eating sandwiches and glancing up occasionally from their laptops. Though some people were gathered in...

Welcome, Pastor Corrine!

Almost every person gathered in the chapel filed up to the front. The bishop stood in front of Pastor Corrine as we symbolically laid our hands on her shoulders and head. As I looked around to all of the people gathered around her, I couldn’t help but think about the...

WSU: Improv-ing Our World

In improvisational theatre, the rule of “Yes, and…” is about responding with an open mind, which encompasses both positivity and acceptance. As a performer, that sometimes means that during a scene, yes, I did indeed steal Grandma’s winged hedgehog and flee to Denver....