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Using Your Imagination for a Greater Purpose

As children, we were encouraged to use our imagination daily.  How often are we putting our imaginary minds to work today? In a world where the majority of our ideas come from Google or Pinterest, is using our imagination even necessary anymore? [gallery link="none"...

Get Out: More Than Just Another Horror Movie

Over the last few weeks, there has been a Creativity and Innovation Film Series being shown on campus. The Creativity and Innovation Film Series continues Halloween night with a screening of Get Out. There will be door prizes of copies of the film and Halloween candy...

Being a Good Neighbor

2017 WSU Homecoming! The statement itself gets me pumped up, and if you’ve ever attended a WSU’s homecoming, I know you’re excited too. One thing most students agree on is how fun our homecoming is. With people galore and purple everywhere, homecoming weekend is one...

What “Creativity and Innovation” Means to Me

When you hear the words “creativity” and “innovation,” what do you think of? Do you think of artists painting a mural? Maybe you think of engineers working together to solve a problem? Perhaps your brain takes you back to a time when you were most creative, whether...

Thank You, Donors

Last week, September 11th through the 18th, was I Love WSU Week. It was a time to celebrate donors for the way they enhance the student and faculty experience here at WSU. Throughout the week, Alumni Relations and SOAR covered the campus with numerous tags on the...

An Ecuadorian Experience

This summer I had the privilege of serving in the beautiful country of Ecuador under missionaries, Steve & Sandi Youngren, as their Communications Intern. The Youngrens have founded a non-profit...

Creating Community with a SEED

WSU did something new and exciting this past spring by planting a Sustainable, Edible, Education Discovery (SEED) Garden! “The Winona State University SEED Garden is a place where anyone can come and work, relax,...

Recognizing Professor Olasee Davis: Part 2

This is a continuation of the post Recognizing Professor Olasee Davis: How His Partnership Offers WSU Students Learning Opportunities in the U.S. Virgin Islands Alongside Ranger Benito Vegas from the National Park Service, at the Christiansted National Historic Site...

Recognizing Professor Olasee Davis: Part 3

This is a continuation of the post Recognizing Professor Olasee Davis: Part 2 On one of the last days working with our community partners, Professor Davis joins us at The Village (Virgin Islands Partners in Recovery) where a group of WSU students has been...

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