September 7, 2011
The films included in the series were selected and assembled based on three questions: What happened on 9/11? What did we do in response? And what did that response do to us?
Winona State University will hold a film series in recognition of the tenth anniversary of 9/11. The series will run Sept. 11-16.
July 20, 2011
Please submit art to the Winona County History Center, 160 Johnson, St., Winona by September 1
Potter’s Field is a part of the cemetery that was set aside as a place to bury the poor and unknown who had no money or family to pay for a regular burial site. “The Haunting of Potters’ Field” is a musical theater work to be produced by Theatre du Mississippi, in collaboration with The Winona County Historical Society at the Historic Masonic Theater.
July 13, 2011
Winona is celebrating its recognition as a Minnesota Legacy Destination on July 15-17, with an assortment of activities
Winona is celebrating its recognition as a Minnesota Legacy Destination on July 15-17, with an assortment of activities demonstrating the impact of the Clean Water, Land & Legacy Amendment approved by Minnesota voters in 2008.
Legacy weekend is a statewide collaborative project between Minnesota Citizens for the Arts, Conservation Minnesota, Explore Minnesota Tourism and various community partners.
July 7, 2011
The Winona Fire Department is donating their 1904 Metropolitan Fire Steamer
June 23, 2011
Community workshops are offered for children age 3 through adult
The Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts offers summer programming runs through July 22. Community classes, lessons, workshops and camps are offered for children age 3 through adults.
Theatre division offerings include:
Theatre Day Camp I – Destination Imagination
June 20-24; 9 to 11:30 a.m.; for young people entering grades 2 through 5; tuition: $100.
Students are led through a series of theatre games and exercises designed to...
June 13, 2011
On June 14, the festival will be presented with an award that identifies organizations that have gone out of their way to enhance the campus life of universities and colleges in their area
The Frozen River Film Festival has brought international documentaries and cultural icons to the Winona community and the student body at Winona State University. On June 14, in St. Paul, Minnesota, the festival and it's coordinators will be presented with an award that identifies organizations that have gone out of their way to enhance the campus life of universities and colleges in their area.
May 16, 2011
The group will arrive in Winona via Amtrak on Wednesday, May 18
Winona State University is a sponsor of the Road Scholar program “All Aboard for the Heartland! From Today to Yesterday By Train” May 15-21.
The program, which focuses on the region's distinctive history, architecture, geology, and culture, embarks from either Chicago or Milwaukee and includes stops in Wisconsin Dells/Baraboo, Winona and St. Paul.
This year’s program includes participants from Missouri, Minnesota, Ohio,...
May 16, 2011
“Packinghouse Daughter” is a historical memoir that recalls the 1959 meatpackers’ strike that divided Register’s hometown of Albert Lea, Minn.
The Winona State University Common Book Project announces the selection of “Packinghouse Daughter” by Cheri Register as the 2011-12 Common Book.
“Packinghouse Daughter” is a historical memoir that recalls the 1959 meatpackers’ strike that divided Register’s hometown of Albert Lea, Minn. Register is the daughter of a Wilson & Company millwright. Her book describes the violence that broke out when the...
May 13, 2011
The Cardinal Corner is a non-profit retail store located in the lower level of the SMU Toner Student Center
The Cardinal Corner, under the management of the Spring 2011 Saint Mary’s University entrepreneurship class, earned more than $800 in profit during the Spring 2011 semester. The Cardinal Corner is a non-profit retail store located in the lower level of the SMU Toner Student Center.
May 12, 2011
The award was part of the 26th Annual Educational Advertising Awards sponsored by the Higher Education Marketing Report
Winona State University received an Admissions Marketing Report Merit Award from the Higher Education Marketing Report for its recent “Join In. Stand Out.” recruitment and publications campaign.
WSU was recognized in the Total Advertising Campaign category, competing against schools from around the country in the 5,000-9,999 students category.
The winning campaign pieces included television, radio, print, outdoor and social media...