Arts & Entertainment
Who’s up for a study break? You’ll find entertainment options all year-round to suit a variety of interests.
The WSU Events Calendar is the ultimate guide for things to do on campus.
It answers the question, “So, what are we doing tonight?” whether you’re into sports games, film screenings, workshops, and more.
Don’t forget to mark your calendar for major events like Family Weekend and Homecoming.
The Warrior Entertainment Network sponsors activities for students in Winona while the Campus Activity Board hosts events for students in Rochester.
Family Weekend is a perfect time to invite your loved ones to see your new home at WSU.
Then there’s Homecoming—a week to show your Warrior Pride with tons of fun things to do both on campus and in the Winona community.
WSU is a campus for creators to play, perform, produce, and perfect their art—whatever that may be.
Don’t worry if you aren’t much of an artist. Anyone can enjoy a beautiful painting, an intriguing melody, or a riveting story. So, what are you waiting for?
If you’re a bit of a bookworm, then WSU has 2 reading series that are your perfect match.
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The Common Book Project is like a campus-wide book club where everyone is invited to read a selected book and talk about the themes and issues it raises.
The Common Book is often part of required reading for courses—especially ENG 111—and used in other on-campus events, like public readings and lectures.
The Great River Reading Series brings in poets, fiction writers, and non-fiction writers on campus and into certain English classes.
If you’ve been dying to meet a published author and listen to them read their own work, mark these events on your calendar pronto!
The Winonan is our student newspaper covering sports, entertainment, and campus news as well as student life and opinion pieces.
P.S. Reporters, editors, and photographers are paid!
Satori is WSU’s literary magazine filled with student-written poems, short stories, and more that are pulled together by English majors each Spring semester.
The Lyceum speakers and guest lecture presentations include subjects like:
- Geoscience, math, and other sciences
- Cultural diversity and social awareness
- Arts, literature, pop culture, and more
Whatever your passion or lecture topic outside of class, check out these guest speaking events you won’t find anywhere else. The best part? They’re free!