In recommending her for the BEST Board, Erin Jaquette’s nominator said it was easy to simplify the leadership role she plays in the operation of the Maverick Bullpen.
While the University’s marching band dates back to 1929, the rebooted and retooled version known as the Maverick Machine evolved in 2013. A decade later it has grown from 30 members from across campus to more than 150 strong. Much of that credit goes to Director Michael Thursby, who members refer to as “dad” for his insight and instruction. A 10-year celebration is planned during Homecoming Week.
Indigenous Peoples Day 2023 will be celebrated from October 5 through 9. The theme is Sustainability and Food Sovereignty.
Join the Native American Student Association and AlA for a picture to show support for Orange Shirt Day
First time renters, don’t fret! A series Renting 101 info sessions will begin Wednesday, Sept. 27 at 1 p.m. in Ostrander Auditorium.
If you’re looking for a way to shake up your Thursday evenings, stop on by Schellberg Gym for drop-in Pickleball! September 14 through November 30, every Thursday night from 6 to 8 p.m.
Kid Ink will be performing on Friday, Oct. 6, at 9 p.m. at Myers Field House. Tickets are available for students and alumni, and the public. Choose between General Admission and VIP tickets for this unforgettable night!
Beyond the campus-wide celebration, Minnesota State University, Mankato’s Homecoming Week involves a series of contests to foster school spirit.
Alumni, families, and University friends are invited to visit the Minnesota State University Mankato CSU mall from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Homecoming Day–Saturday, Oct. 7–for a brand new, family-friendly community event in the heart of campus.
Homecoming week is quickly approaching! Events include kickoff, lip sync, Maverick Machine celebration, bonfire and celebration, Kid Ink performance, President’s pancake breakfast, homecoming parade, homecoming dance, and the brand new event mavericks on the mall.
In the latest MAVERICK MINUTE video, President Edward Inch visits with Amy Roemhildt about the Campus Hub as a student resource for addressing questions about financial aid and billing. The MAVERICK MINUTE is a bi-monthly video hosted by President Inch that shares valuable campus resources available to all students.
For grad student Sijan Dahal, the sport of cricket has been a life-long passion. From playing in the narrow alleys of Katmandu to Nepal’s National Cricket Academy, his passion and perfection of the game never faltered.
BEST Board honoree, Ryan Leistikow, found a path to his career in Recreation and Parks Leadership through his involvement with the Student Events Team. That passion for keeping others engaged grew during the pandemic when, as President of the Student Events Team, he lead planning and coordination of virtual events. For Ryan, that involvement was an extension of his Maverick Pride.
Wambdi Wapaha, which is Dakota for Eagle Staff, is the new name for the Centennial Student Union space formerly known as the Lincoln Lounge. In the Dakota tradition, the Eagle Staff is a ceremonial staff adorned with the feathers of the sacred eagle.
Calling all Maverick students and alumni! Embrace a world of endless possibilities: internships, part-time gigs, full-time careers, and pathways that align with your core values.
Get ready to experience the electrifying rock musical that has captivated audiences around the world. Set in the vibrant and gritty East Village of New York City in the 1990s, “RENT” follows a group of friends struggling to make it in the face of poverty, homelessness, and the specter of HIV/AIDS.
A new arrival this week in the CSU Maverick Bullpen is a 14-foot shuffleboard.
Homecoming is near. It’s time for Maverick Pride in the spirit of competition as team competition signup continues through Wednesday, Sept. 27.
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion is hosting two Indigenous Film showings.
Do you have an entrepreneurial concept that could use some “seed” money? Then consider competing in the Big Ideas Challenge.