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Winona State hosts International Dinner

Allison Mueller

April 22, 2015

Michaela Gaffke/ Winonan Winona State University celebrated its 28th annual International Dinner in Kryzsko Commons, representing the diversity in the community, on April 18. “Kaleidoscope of Cultures” was held in East...

MnSCU director addresses diversity at Winona State

Allison Mueller

October 8, 2014

Victoria McKenzie/ Winonan On Tuesday, Sept. 29, about thirty students and professors gathered in Kryzsko Commons at the Student Activity Center stage to learn about diversity.  Leon Rodrigues led the forum titled “A Vision...

Speaker: black leaders should be recognized

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April 9, 2014

Melissa Van Grinsven/Winonan What do Crest toothpaste, light bulb filament and seasonal fashion taste all have in common? These ideas were all created by African-American men. And according to one recent speaker on the campus...

Al Letson talks art and civil rights

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January 29, 2014

Abby Derkson/Winonan Last Tuesday slam poet Al Letson talked about the power of stories, which he used to commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. Day last Tuesday. A playwright, radio host and poet, Letson’s slam poetry session...

WSU diversity: a deeper problem?

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November 20, 2013

Abby Derkson/Winonan Last week was International Education Week at Winona State University, a week of events dedicated to highlighting a rich, diverse culture as a campus priority. Jouapag Lee, the student groups coordinator...

Transgender Day of Remembrance this week

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November 20, 2013

Sami Schwanke/Winonan Winona State University’s Full Spectrum club will be having three events this week for the 15th annual Transgender Day of Remembrance, which takes place Wednesday, Nov. 20. Garrett Bowling, Full Spectrum’s...

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