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Best of 2018: a year in review

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Best of 2018: a year in review

Printed for the Feb. 5, 2018 issue: A bug trap uncleaned by a landlord who’s tenants have said does “the bare minimum to fix the issue” that has persisted since September 2017. Dwight Casper is one of many Winona landlords who supposedly don’t do their part to make their properties livable for students who rent, causing much unnecessary stress and uncomfortable housing situations.

Printed for the Feb. 5, 2018 issue: A bug trap uncleaned by a landlord who’s tenants have said does “the bare minimum to fix the issue” that has persisted since September 2017. Dwight Casper is one of many Winona landlords who supposedly don’t do their part to make their properties livable for students who rent, causing much unnecessary stress and uncomfortable housing situations.

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Printed for the Feb. 5, 2018 issue: A bug trap uncleaned by a landlord who’s tenants have said does “the bare minimum to fix the issue” that has persisted since September 2017. Dwight Casper is one of many Winona landlords who supposedly don’t do their part to make their properties livable for students who rent, causing much unnecessary stress and uncomfortable housing situations.

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Printed for the Feb. 5, 2018 issue: A bug trap uncleaned by a landlord who’s tenants have said does “the bare minimum to fix the issue” that has persisted since September 2017. Dwight Casper is one of many Winona landlords who supposedly don’t do their part to make their properties livable for students who rent, causing much unnecessary stress and uncomfortable housing situations.

Nicole Girgen, Photo Editor

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Printed for the Feb. 7, 2018 issue: Senior Corey Jeffs takes the ball to the rim for the first dunk of the night against the Northern State Wolves Saturday night in McCown Gymnasium. The Warriors played back to back games with a 93-78 win against Minnesota State University Moorhead on Friday, Feb. 3 and a 64-82 loss against Northern State on Saturday.

 

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Printed for the Feb. 21, 2018 issue: Adelle Vietor and Noah Tashner begin their Dancescape performance “Tether” choreographed by faculty member Gretchen Cohenor on the Vivian Fusillo Main Stage Theatre.

 

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Printed for the March 28, 2018 issue: Student activists lead the way from Winona Senior High School on Saturday, March 24, kickstarting Winona’s March For Our Lives protest. Between 400-500 people of all ages came together to march for more comprehensive gun laws in the wake of the Parkland shooting.

 

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Printed for the April 18, 2018 issue: The new Education Village, located on Wabasha Street, is being remodeled for education majors. Construction began this year on phase two which focus on the interior remodel and the project is set to be completed by fall of 2019.

 

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Printed for the Sept. 12, 2018 issue: Senior History and Social Studies Education major Mercedes Williams holds the KEAP center’s sign in sheet.
“I think its unfair that students need to prove they use this space when clubs like UPAC or spaces like the meditation room don’t need that, they (the university) just assume.”

 

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Printed for the Oct. 17, 2018 issue: The cast of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” looks off in the distance while finishing a performance of “Eddie” during a dress rehearsal on Sunday, Oct. 14 on the Vivian Fusillo Main Stage Theatre. Rocky Horror opens on Wednesday, Oct. 17 and will play through Oct. 20.

 

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Printed for the Oct. 12, 2018 issue: Head Coach Tom Sawyer celebrates a big win with his team after the homecoming game on Saturday, Oct. 6 in the Altra Federal Credit Union Stadium. The Warriors won 54-13 against the University of Mary Marauders, heading into the last half of their season with four wins and two losses.

 

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Printed for the Oct. 31, 2018 issue: Left to right: Caitlyn Deetz, Diana Alvarado, and Annika Culver chase down and get ready to tackle a player from La Crosse at a match last spring at Southeast Technical College, the Black Katts won 67-21. The Black Katts will be moving from Division two to Division one this year.

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Nicole Girgen, Photo Editor

Nicole Girgen works as photo editor for the Winonan. Before working at the Winonan, Girgen did freelance photography for the Hastings High School Mens...

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