Winona State University's Newspaper since 1919

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Winona State University's Newspaper since 1919

The Winonan

Winona State University's Newspaper since 1919

The Winonan

Reanne Weil

Reanne Weil, News Editor

Reanne Weil is a News Reporter for The Winonan and started in Spring 2023. Weil is a fourth-year at Winona State University majoring in Journalism and double-minoring in Spanish and Creative Digital Media.

In addition to working for The Winonan, Weil is a member and captain of the Division II Women’s Soccer Team at WSU. She is also a member of the Student Athletic Advisory Committee (SAAC).

Outside of school, Weil works remotely for her local newspaper. She loves spending her free time with her friends and family. She enjoys watching the television show Friends and Disney movies with her favorite snack, popcorn and M&M’s.

All content by Reanne Weil
Reanne Weil, Winonan staff member from Spring 2023 to Fall 2023. Thank you for all you do.

Reanne – Editor Farewell

Reanne Weil, News Editor
November 29, 2023
Professor to Performer: Dan Sheridan

Professor to Performer: Dan Sheridan

Reanne Weil, News Editor
September 27, 2023
Dave Marck talking about improvisation during jazz at the
DuFresne Performing Arts Center. Marck grew up in La Crosse
and performs in the area each
year.

Marck, Music and Memories

Reanne Weil, News Editor
September 20, 2023
Doctor Kara Lindaman was interviewed about her new position in her office, Minne Hall, on August 31, 2023. For over seven years Linderman has had a role in the WSU community. Linderman is the new Interim for the Dean of the College of Liberal Arts.

The Age of Interims

Reanne Weil, News Editor
September 6, 2023
“KQAL is a place where my major and my love of performance cross.” Bermudez said.

Student wins two radio awards

Reanne Weil, News Editor
April 26, 2023
Every February, the citizens of Winona get together to enjoy a plethora of documentary films put together by the Frozen River Film Festival. Over 200 of these films are submitted by directors from all over the world and are sifted through by a group of 20 volunteers. The organization has a deep-rooted relationship with Winona State University to where several films are hosted on campus for all students to view free of charge.

FRFF’s prosperous 18th year

Reanne Weil, News Editor
February 13, 2023
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