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...

What You Can Do to Reduce Water Pollution

Water pollution is more common now than ever and it is something that needs to be brought to the attention of more people. Here at WSU we pride ourselves in our beautiful campus and how we take care of it. Here are a few things you should know about water pollution...

Why You Should Vote

With the upcoming midterm elections, politics is once again thrust to the forefront of the minds of many. The 2018 Election is more than just folks nagging us to register on the way to classes or political advertisements interrupting our Hulu-binging. Voting is a...

How to Get Involved with the Winona Warming Shelter

I was around 12 years old when I first started volunteering at a Humane Society in my home town. I would go in once a week for two hours and help clean, walk dogs and feed the animals. Along with me, there were about 10 other volunteers that made a small time...

Bringing Passion, Patience and a Personal Touch to Sales

Will Thompson, a WSU senior, knows that you don’t have to be diagnosing illnesses, performing surgery or inserting IVs to help people. Sometimes all it takes is a passion for others and a drive to succeed through hard work. When people think “healthcare” immediately...

Creating a Valuable Experience for Students with Disabilities

Sometimes our greatest motivations in life stem from the people most dear to us. For Tyler Maroushek, that was his older sister, Kylie. His sister lived with a genetic disorder called Noonan Syndrome, until she unexpectedly passed away at age 22 in 2015. Photo by...