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We Are Here For You

We Are Here For You

There are many different ways to react as you process the tragic death of Mr. George Floyd as well as the aftermath unfolding in and around Minneapolis and St. Paul. You may be sad. You may be angry. You may be scared. You may be ashamed. You may want to take action....

4 Reasons to Work for the 2020 Census

4 Reasons to Work for the 2020 Census

Hello Winona State students! Need a little extra money to get yourself through spring semester? Then do we have good news for you. The United States Census Bureau is hiring part time census workers across the country to help count everybody in the 2020 Census. Here’s...

How to Complete the Census

How to Complete the Census

The 2020 Census is coming up, and that may sound intimidating if you've never done it before. (And if you've never heard of it, here's a quick overview of the Census). I know I thought it was going to be like filing my taxes (before I found TurboTax #Bless). But don’t...

What It’s Like to Live in Watkins Manor

What It’s Like to Live in Watkins Manor

I first heard about the Students in Residence program completely by accident. My cousin and I were walking around Winona in between apartment showings and happened upon this mansion. We decided to do what anyone would do and go explore it. When we got inside, Cheryl...

The Warrior Cupboard: What It Is & How You Can Get Involved

The Warrior Cupboard: What It Is & How You Can Get Involved

Let's be real: going to college can be expensive. Because it's likely the biggest investment you'll encounter as a young adult, you may be tempted to put other expenses on the back-burner—including food. If you're someone who's on a tight budget and ends up skipping...

7 Experienced Acts of Kindness on Campus

7 Experienced Acts of Kindness on Campus

Sometimes it can seem like the world is moving in fast motion, especially when final exams roll around each semester. Because we are often in such a hurry during finals season, we tend to miss all the great gestures happening around us—and even to us. To celebrate the...

7 Experienced Acts of Kindness on Campus

6 Acts of Kindness to Do Before the Semester Ends

As the semester wraps up, our lives become busier and busier. It’s hard to fit anything into our already packed schedules, but by taking a few seconds out of our day, we can make someone else’s a little bit better! Here are six acts of kindness you should do before...

Changing the World One Plastic Bag at a Time

Changing the World One Plastic Bag at a Time

Did you know that Americans use 100 billion plastic bags over the course of one year? If this number seems startling, think about all your quick late-night Target runs when the cashier puts your snacks in a plastic bag, or your weekly Hy-Vee trips when every few items...

4 Reasons to Get Involved with the SEED Garden

4 Reasons to Get Involved with the SEED Garden

The WSU SEED Garden is an initiative that adds to our university’s rich culture, but at the same time, not many students know much about it.     What is the WSU SEED Garden? The WSU S.E.E.D. (Sustainable, Edible, Education, Discovery) Garden is a project...

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