LGBT Books to Prisoners

LGBT Books to Prisoners is an organization based in Madison, WI that is run through volunteers and donations. They send free packages of books and educational materials to LGBTQ+ individuals across the United States that are incarcerated. With the mission to...

Take Back the Night 2019

A Night for Healing, Community, and Solidarity Take Back the Night (TBTN) has been a movement that brings to the forefront the prevalence of gender-based violence and creates a community for victims/survivors to feel supported. The movement began in the ’70s to...

Regan Holm ’19

Name: Regan Holm | Class of 2019 | Major: History | Post Graduation Plans: Aspiring Educator Words of Wisdom Don’t miss your deadlines – but don’t miss out on life too. College will be over before you know it. How Did Scholarships Help You at WSU...

Erin Kloepping ’19

Name: Erin Kloepping | Class of 2019 | Major: Communication Studies | Post Graduation Job: Project Manager at Thirty Story Words of Wisdom Be faithful in the small things. I recently heard someone say, “It’s what you do every day that eventually shows.” Whether it’s...

Music Spotlight: Matt Liston

Major: Instrumental Music Education Year: 5thyear Senior Hometown: Blaine, MN What has been your favorite experience at WSU? Outside of music activities and other classes, taking advantage of the wonderful hiking trails and rivers/lakes. There are so many hiking...

Interview: WGSS Alum Eilleen Moeller

Name: Eilleen Moeller ’10 Major: History and Theatre Major Women’s & Gender Studies and Music Minor Current Role: Great River Shakespeare Festival Marketing & Sales Director City Councilperson for the City of Winona What is your favorite memory...