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Members of the Winona State track team begin the 1500m event at the Cardinal Open hosted at St. Mary’s University on Thursday, April 25. The Warriors took home 10 first place finishes and had multiple individual achievements.

Track dominates at Cardinal Open

Barry Allen, Sports Reporter
May 1, 2019
Winona State University hosted their annual Relay for Life event on Friday, April 12 in the McCown Gymnasium. The event raised over $32,500 for the American Cancer Society. The event featured a memorial walk in memory of people who have died of cancer, various events and dozens of clubs raising money for the cause.

Relay for Life: a story in photos

Mohammed Islam, Photographer
April 17, 2019
Sophomores Katie Kolb, Megan Kappauf, Alison Nowak, first-year Rina Niehoff and sophomore McKenna Gutt prepare for a game last year on April 12. After going into last year’s NCAA regional tournament with a 45-7 record and losing in the first round, the Warrior softball team hopes to begin this year strong.

Softball begins season with high hopes

Sydney Mohr, Features Editor
February 20, 2019
Climbers from across the region visited Winona during the warm weather on Saturday, Feb. 2 to enjoy the Winona Ice Park. The park, created by the city of Winona through the Parks and Recreation department, has a new location to call home this winter. After multiple years on the west end of Winona, the Winona Ice Park is now located just off the Sugarloaf Trailhead near Sugarloaf bluff.

Winona Ice Park: a story in photos

Zach Bailey, Editor-in-Chief
February 6, 2019
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.

Best of 2018: a year in review

Nicole Girgen, Photo Editor
January 23, 2019
Senior Kayla Shaefer makes a jump shot while being covered by three players from Upper Iowa University during Saturday, Dec. 1’s game in McCown Gymnasium. The Warriors finished the game with a winning score of 74-48 bringing their season record to three wins and two losses.

Women’s basketball wins big at home

Lauren Lott, Sports Reporter
December 5, 2018
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