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How Ďismsí define social justice (05/08/2013)
by Mary Jane Guy

Dr. Peter Wood, President of the National Association of Scholars, ventured where few dare to tread in the hallowed groves of academe: he questioned social justice teaching in th ... 

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Hopes and dreams for WSU (04/03/2013)
by Scott Olson - WSU President

For the last few months, Iíve been listening to Winona State University students, faculty, staff, and community friends share their hopes and dreams for this great  ... 

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Al Owne in the kitchen (03/03/2013)
By Al Owne -- I tried waffles again. I donít know if itís the antique iron, or me, but they didnít turn out too well. The good things were: I didnít burn myself, I used the hint I read about pouring the batter in ... 

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Rooting for yellowness (10/14/2012)
From: Emilio DeGrazia

The philosopher Albert Camus, sensitive to societyís desire to enjoy a moral lifestyle, made no secret of this essential belief: ďAll that I know most surely about morality a ... 

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How to deal with a disaster (08/08/2012)
by State Rep. Gene Pelowski

In 2007 a disaster hit Southeastern Minnesota. The federal, state and local units of government helped to rebuild the homes, businesses and infrastructure damaged or des ... 

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R.I.P. Mi Amigo, John Edstrom (06/27/2012)
By Dave DeLano -- With a very heavy heart I bid adieu this week to my buddy, John Edstrom. Our history goes back a long way. I have known John Edstrom for well over half a century, dating back to my kindergarten days a ... 

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GRSF Company óambassadors for Winona (06/08/2011)
From: Dave and Kathy Christenson

We have read other letters describing the Great River Shakespeare Festivalís wonderful productions, excellent acting, and community-wide events. †Those are the thin ... 

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Great River Shakespeare Festival: An Education (06/01/2011)
From: Andrew Carlson

I love this festival and this community. It is a unique place to work, for many reasons, and I want to share some of the reasons I find it so special.

GRSF is built on learn ... 

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Shakespeare not just for adults (05/18/2011)
From: Ruth Charles

Professor, Winona State University

Let me correct your thinking ó Shakespeare is not just for adults! Children and teens of all ages can come to love Shakespeare and can be pu ... 

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WOW! (05/11/2011)
From: Cullen Schwemer

Julieanne Schwemer

WOW!! Tip your hat and say hello, the Great River Shakespeare Festival leaders, actors, and crew are back for another year of Shakespeare presentations. Th ... 

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