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The Winona State University Student Newspaper

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The Winona State University Student Newspaper

The Winonan

With Winston and Aiden getting older, the longer-term future of the- rapy dogs on campus is more-or-less up in the air. Brzezinski hopes to potentially train a younger dog to integrate into counseling someti- me in the future.
Campus therapy dogs approach retirement
Heidi Hanson, features reporter • April 27, 2022

Winona State University's Counseling Services has integrated therapy dogs into their system for the past...

Winona State community joined on Johnson Street to celebrate a pre-game experience for the Purple vs. White scrimmage.
Spring game day experience wows new football coach
Jiovani Bermudez, features reporter • April 27, 2022

Last Saturday, April 23, Winona State University hosted the second “Spring Warrior Game Day.” Game...

This year’s Winona State University senior art exhibit opened for viewing on April 25, 2022. Artwork is on display in Watkins hall and Laird Norton Center for Art & Design for students to view. The work on display attempts to show the evolution of the fourth-year students’ art and design design abilites in the program.
Senior art exhibition provides students an opportunity to express themselves
Olivia Prondzinski, news reporter • April 27, 2022

Starting Monday, April 25, the Winona State University I-Design program presented their first in-person...

At the planning committee was a mix of community members, staff, faculty and students, who joined to learn about potential renovations coming to WSU.
Winona State seeks community input on future design plans
Sophia Sailer and McKenna Scherer April 27, 2022

Winona State University held a town hall-style event on its Winona campus last week, April 21, to discuss...

Photo contributed by the THAD program. One of the most engaging parts of the show was the light production. Mae Mironer, senior, was in charge of the light production. “While I was writing the [lighting for the] show, I wanted to be able to convey the serious thematic tones that are prevalent throughout the play. I utilized color in order to do this,” Mironer said.
“Cabaret” performance wows at Winona State
Heidi Hanson, features reporter • April 20, 2022

From Wednesday, April 13-Saturday, April 16, the Winona State University Theatre and Dance Department performed four shows of the hit musical “Cabaret.” The musical, illustrating...

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Community section at the spring scrimmage game this past weekend.
Photo story: spring football scrimmage
Syerah Mulhern-Allred and Joseph Eichele April 27, 2022


Fifth-year Rylee Stout lines up to bat. The Warriors shared a split with UMD, winning 3-1 and losing 10-7.
Senior Winona State athletes reflect on their collegiate careers
Syerah Mulhern-Allred, sports editor • April 27, 2022

As the semester comes to an end, so do 20 of Winona State University student’s athletic careers. From...

Editor Farewell: Mohammed Islam
Mohammed Islam, photography editor • April 27, 2022

I still remember the day when Morgan and Erin came to my research writing class and gave a short little...

Editor Farewell: McKenna Scherer
McKenna Scherer, editor-in-chief • April 27, 2022

I have never been able to explain what The Winonan means to me and what all truly goes into each staff...


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