October 24, 2012
Winona State University is about to get scarier.
Strobing lights poor out of a 60x30 tent in the middle of the WSU campus courtyard as WSU’s Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity prepares for the debut of its haunted house fundraiser.
The haunted house is scheduled from 7-11p.m. Friday on the WSU campus with a $5 entry fee. The majority of the proceeds will be donated to St. Jude’s Hospital.
October 5, 2012
This is a BIG ONE, Winona! Chad Daniels here for you!
Thursday, November 8, 2012
In Bub's Brewing Co. Lower Level
Early Show begins @ 7:30pm.....$15
Late Show begins @ 10pm........$13
Doors Open a half hour before each show
$5 off with a student I.D.
In 2004, Chad was in the prestigious Just for Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal.
He was on the Late Late show on CBS with Craig Kilbourn AND Craig Ferguson.
2006 Comedy Central's Live at Gotham...
May 6, 2012
Folk Rock Singer Songwriter Corey Koehler (aka me) has released an environmental song in his song-per-month campaign. The song is titled “Frac Sand Blues.”
The song is an attempt to raise awareness about the controversial practices of Frac Sand Mining and Natural Gas Fracking.
May 2, 2012
He can’t remember much of the accident, or the following couple of weeks for that matter; but friends and family help Bob Pacocha fill in the missing pieces of a fall that changed their lives.
May 1, 2012
“We should’ve brought gloves,” said Lisa Mullen to her niece Larissa Olson as they poked their fingers through thorny bushes near a house on Gilmore Avenue in Winona, Minn. The two aren’t spending the day gardening; they are searching for hidden treasures.
April 29, 2012
She lounges in the chair that faces the wall of windows with passing views of the valley as the sun dances on the Mississippi River that lies within the bordering bluffs. She has plenty of room and she is plenty comfortable.
April 26, 2012
Morning begins as sunlight pokes through tree branches and people rush into their daily routines, past well-trimmed lawns and tidy trash receptacles to their residence hall home, classroom, or office with the piece of mind that this day will be like any other on the Winona State University campus. What often goes unnoticed is the team of people that maintain this home away from home.
April 19, 2012
Sharon-Yasotha Veerayah was laughed at when said she wanted this year’s International Dinner to take place in McCown Gymnasium.
“What? Are you going to even get 500 people?” she said, repeating the reactions she received from the facilities personnel.
Veerayah, president of the Winona State University International club, had the last laugh Saturday, April 14 when every seat was filled.
April 17, 2012
A curious collection of handmade critters and creatures occupied the second floor of Winona’s History Center on Saturday, April
April 12, 2012
When it comes to choosing college classes and professors, word-of-mouth is replaced by the Internet.
Students are now turning to RateMyProfessors.com, a national online warehouse of students’ reviews on professors, to determine their upcoming schedules.
Sam Zimmerman, a junior at Winona State University, said that she references the site before talking to other students.