My favorite breakfast meal I used to get from west campus was a giant waffle, scrambled eggs, fruit and coffee. But I’m the kind of person that’s almost always eager for breakfast. If you’re not into classic breakfast food, that’s okay too! The cafeterias have other options outside of classic breakfast food, and Zane’s offers some good options as well. And don’t forget the Caribou and Einstein Bros. Bagels in the library, or Somsen Cafe!
Over the course of five days, I challenged myself to drink only water in an attempt to overcome my caffeine addiction. Almost immediately after beginning my experiment, I began to experience withdrawal symptoms.
Here are five tips to help you survive the last stretch of the semester.
February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month. 1 in 3 young people will be in an abusive relationship, and 33% of those will not tell anyone about their abusive relationship. This month is to raise awareness of dating violence in any age, and to prevent it. Let’s...
The holidays are a time when this is easy for some people, and very hard for others. Here are a few tips to help you take care of you spiritual health during the holidays.
So, here’s the thing, I enjoy learning and I find school to be interesting. That's not the problem with having a Type B personality. The problem is that I find so many things to be so interesting that I spend so much time enjoying those things rather than doing...
Starting in the late 1970s in England, women protested against the violence they had experienced by walking through the streets at night, calling them Take Back the Night marches.
“TBTN is an event that is all about reclaiming yourself,” peer advocate Erik Derby said. “The march is a great opportunity to see the Winona State community joining together in action. The Speak Out is a bit more personal. It’s really powerful. Survivors will be telling their stories, and RE advocates will be available to talk to during the whole event.”
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and is also the month Take Back the Night takes place. This month is meant to raise awareness about sexual assault and educate communities and people to prevent sexual violence.
As students, we are asked to do a lot. We are expected to do well in classes, maintain relationships with friends and family, participate in extracurricular activities to build our resumes, and sometimes have a job. That small list is hardly scratching the surface of...