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Winona State University’s English graduate students are struggling to find assistantship positions due to decreasing availability from lower funding. These positions are often vital in graduate students studies and attracting new students to the program.
English graduate programs face issues due to funding
Gabriel Hathaway, Editor-in-Chief • September 21, 2022

Winona State University’s English Graduate Program has hit a major snag with their recent reduction...

Liz Perry, a third-year mass communications: public relations student at Winona State University. Perry describes what her life was like while growing up in a cult.
Winona State student opens up about cult upbringing
Sophia Sailer, News Editor • September 21, 2022

Liz Perry, a third-year mass communications: public relations student at Winona State University, has...

“The Cherry Blossoms You Missed” is a new exhibit of art by Kathleen Hawkes. It opened Sept. 23 and will be on display through Nov. 13.
University of La Crosse professor’s artwork displayed at Winona History Center
Olivia Prondzinski, News Reporter • September 28, 2022

A new exhibit has been added to the Winona History Center. This exhibit is titled “The Cherry Blossoms...

On Sept. 23, a group of community members and Winona State students gathered in the Science Laboratory Center atrium for a Rally about Roevember in response to Roe v. Wade being overturned this earlier this year.
Winona State University College Democrats host “Rally for Roevember”
Erich Schweitzer, News Reporter • September 26, 2022

It is a cold and cloudy afternoon on Friday, Sept. 23, and dozens of concerned students and community...

On Saturday, Sept. 24 in the Harriet Johnson Auditorium, comedian Sasheer Zamata concluded Winona State University’s family weekend.
SNL comedian, Sasheer Zamata, performs for Family Weekend
Lillianna Van De Walker, Features Reporter • September 28, 2022

The Warrior Entertainment Network hosted comedian Sasheer Zamata to conclude Saturday night’s schedule for Winona State University’s' family weekend. Zamata, seen on NBC’s...

Pinocchio (2022) was released on Sept. 8 as a remake to the original. Directed by Robert Zemeckis, the film released to low ratings on Disney+.
Film Review: “Pinocchio” (2022)
Cassandra Bauer, Film Reviewer • September 21, 2022
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The Winona State University Women’s Soccer team faced Minot State University on Sept. 23. After falling behind by a goal in the first half, fourth-year Riley Harmon was in the perfect spot to score a rebound from a loose ball and level the Warriors 1-1.
Winona State fiercely battles at another home opener
Kayla Vang, Sports Reporter • September 26, 2022

The Winona State University Women’s Soccer team took a draw 1-1 against Minot State University in the...

The Warriors Football Team triumphed over Minnesota State University Moorhead by 40-7. The Warriors continue their overall record 3-1.
Football team focuses on Mental Health Awareness
Syerah Mulhern-Allred, Sports Editor • September 25, 2022

After a tough loss against the Bemidji State Beavers last week, the Warriors returned home to face Minnesota...

Pinocchio (2022) was released on Sept. 8 as a remake to the original. Directed by Robert Zemeckis, the film released to low ratings on Disney+.
Film Review: “Pinocchio” (2022)
Cassandra Bauer, Film Reviewer • September 21, 2022

Up next in Disney’s slue of remakes no one asked for: “Pinocchio.” Apart from a few new minor...

“Not Okay” was released on July 29, 2022 on Hulu. The film portrays satire on internet culture which demonstrates the measures in which people will go to get attention. Dylan O’Brian (left) and Zoey Deutch (right) star in this comedy drama.
Film Review: "Not Okay"
Cassandra Bauer, Film Reviewer • September 16, 2022

Sure, it's nice when films provide content warnings for flashing lights or themes of trauma, but Quinn...

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