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Campus Safety on Snow Removal

Campus Safety is going to be heavily enforcing the snow removal policy this winter, resulting in possible tickets and towing fees for students. Neil White, Campus Safety officer and Saint Mary's alumnus, said, "It is not our goal to punish the students, our goal is to...

CRS Ambassadors Advocate for Awareness and Change

From recycling to human trafficking, the Catholic Relief Services Ambassadors group is fighting for awareness and change on our campus and in the Winona community. “This is more than direct service,” said Colleen Dunne, the director of Campus Ministry and the advisor...

Professors present on Podcasts

Podcasts are a way to connect to broad audiences and inform people of interesting and relevant topics. This message was conveyed by Dr. Melissa Brzycki and Dr. Stephanie Montgomery at “Beyond the Classroom: Podcasting, Public History, and Popular Culture,” a talk...

Brian Sisson named new Athletic Director

You will be seeing a new face on campus and at athletic events this year. Saint Mary’s named Brian Sisson as the new Athletic Director at the beginning of the 2018-2019 academic year. Sisson previously was the associate director of athletics and director of external...

Jenny Baertsch presents at Leaders’ Luncheon

The use of social media can be good for your career and your employer if you do it right. This was a message conveyed by Jenny Baertsch, 2005 Saint Mary’s Public Relations graduate, at a “Leaders’ Luncheon.” Jenny Baertsch currently works as marketing manager for WNB...

Changes in Chartwells

With the new school year, Chartwells, Saint Mary’s food-service provider, has altered various aspects of how it operates in the main cafeteria with changes such as an allergen-free station, cooking classes, and the new plates. The recently-added “G8” station was...