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.
Therapy Dogs will be making their monthly therapy dog appearance on Thursday, Sept. 21 from 6:45 to 8:15 p.m. in the CSU Hearth Lounge.
The Temperamentals, the 1950s story of two L.A. men who fall in love and later create the first gay rights organization, is the 2023-24 season opener for the Theate & Dance Department. The studio performance in the PAC Andreas Theatre runs Sept. 20-23. Minnesota State student admission is $5. Tickets available at MSUTheatre.com.
Come to Your Mat is an 8-part series of 30-minute yoga sessions to help survivors gain support, strength, and tools for their continued healing.
Lunch for a Buck is offered every Tuesday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Crossroads Campus Ministry.
Through University Dining and the University, students facing food insecurity can receive free meals as part of the continuing Swipe Out Hunger program. The Meal Swipe Bank is available by completing an online form.
PEACE = Peer Educators Acting For Change & Equality.
Mavs in Action is the student programming team of the Community Engagement Office.
The Mankato Fire Department warned viewers of the quick and deadly dangers that occur when using water to fight a grease fire usually happening around the kitchen stove.
The final touches continue for the new video board in Bresnan Arena made possible through a gift by alumnus Kelby Krabbenhoft, ’83, in honor of the Krabbenhoft family name.
A growing number of Minnesota State Mankato students weekly visit the Maverick Food Pantry in Carkoski Commons. The MFP is a full service pantry, offering FREE fresh, frozen, non-perishable and personal care products to students who may be facing food insecurity.
Looking to see the world? Let the Center for Global Engagement help!
Stop by one of the mobile advising sessions presented by Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion!
Interested in FREE FOOD? Come check out the annual Fall Free Farmer’s Market on Sept. 11!