‘Mavericks Be the Change’ Tackles Common Campus Issues

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by ALEX BAUMANN, CSU Public Relations Intern

Positive change will be coming to the Minnesota State Mankato campus April 22-25. as various campus organizations show how students can make a difference and be the change for major issues facing all Mavericks.

Each day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the organizations will be in the Lincoln Lounge showing how all Mavericks can “Be The Change.”

Lydia Jagodzinski with the Student Events Team coordinating the event, said the week brings awareness to campus issues and moves toward addressing them in a better way.

On Monday April 22, the Veteran’s Resource Center will be advocating for Veterans on campus. In the week preceding, the Veteran’s Resource Center also has many Veteran focused events scheduled. For more information regarding those events, click here.

On Tuesday April 23, the Women’s Center will be discussing and advocating for change regarding bystander awareness.

On Wednesday April 24, the Community Engagement Office will discuss food insecurity.

On Thursday April 25, the Counseling Center will discuss coping skills and mental health awareness.

All of these issues affect most students, faculty, and staff members. Each of these organizations will not only get to showcase themselves to the people on campus, they will get to advocate for and be the change at MSU.

For more information on Mavericks Be the Change contact Lydia Jagodzinski from Student Activities Lydia.jagodzinski@mnsu.edu.

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