As part of the WSU C.L.A.S.P. series professors Jim Williams and Heather Williams-Williams explore the American Dream and the fall-out that happens in the pursuit of it.
The Winona State volleyball team completed the season with a sweep of Upper Iowa, downing the Peacocks in straight sets to claim a 3-0 win.
Get a real feel for life at WSU. Visit our beautiful campus and you’ll understand why 4 of 5 students who tour Winona State decide to call Winona home.
WSU will host the Charting the Future Gallery Walk. The event will allow students, faculty and staff to give feedback.
WSU's Inclusion and Diversity office presents Winona LaDuke on Nov. 17, as a part of Native American Heritage Month.
The WSU Lyceum series host Will Allen. Allen is internationally recognized as a leading practitioner of urban agriculture.
Winona State University will host a Charting the Future Gallery Walk from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 6, in East Hall, Kryzsko Commons. ...
Winona State University Professor Matthew Strecher’s new book “The Forbidden Worlds of Haruki Murakami” explores the mysteries of the wildly ...
Winona State University will host “Do Corporations Have Religion?” with Elissa Alzate and Matthew H. Bosworth Thursday, Oct. 30.
WSU will host Winona LaDuke as a part of Native American Heritage month.