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Contributed by Ann McDonald
Thanks to everyone who participated in last year’s Homecoming Warrior Waddle!
The 7th annual Warrior Waddle 5K is scheduled for Homecoming Weekend at 8 a.m. Saturday, October 25, at Lake Winona.
In the photo, WSU Warrior Waddle volunteer race directors Tom Slaggie and Kathy Hovell (far left and far right) present the proceeds from the Oct. 2013 6th Annual Warrior Waddle 5K to some of the track and field scholarship recipients. A total of six scholarships were awarded. Pictured scholarship recipients are, left to right, Kelsey Bethke, Natalie Busher, Annie Weinrich, Jessica Young.
Contributed by K.E.A.P Center Council
Winona State University Student Senate 2013-2014, The K.E.A.P. (Knowledge Empowerment Advocacy and Pluralism) Diversity Resource Center Council would like to sincerely thank the president, his board and all the student senators for their amazing support of our efforts and WSUSS’s efforts in creating a more inclusive environment on our campus.
We thank you for advocating on our behalf for sustainable funding which provides staff and resources to enhance inclusion and diversity on our campus. We are excited to serve the university and have a center that further prepares our community of learners with the skills they need to improve our world.
Also, we fully support WSUSS’s progressive proposal to institute a campus-wide biased incidence reporting system, Winona Witness. We are sure that the implementation of Winona Witness will be a valuable tool for aggregating data and validating student experiences.
Additionally, The Council would like to recognize WSUSS for prioritizing and continuing the conversation surrounding inclusion and diversity issues with their formation of the Inclusion & Diversity Ad-hoc Committee. We look forward to all of the positive changes that committee will make in the future and would like to thank them for the productive and influential recommendations they have formed this year.
The Council applauds WSUSS’s ability to polish the many facets of Winona State University’s community allowing us to share the light of WSU’s flame. We look forward to a long and meaningful relationship with WSUSS, allowing us to shine even brighter, together.
The K.E.A.P. Diversity Resource Center Council