In support of Circle K partnership with UNICEF, Circle K will be fundraising for the BRICK by BRICK project in hope to reach a goal of $1000.
Did you know there is an easy tool to help you plan for graduation?
Students – did you know you can ride the busses for FREE?
Being a leader sometimes means making tough decision. The best leaders make those decisions and maintain the respect of others without asking for it. Morgan Rusler’s nominator saw that in her and thought it deserving of BEST Board recognition. “She has not sought out recognition for her accomplishments and contributions, and this honor would be very befitting of her during her last semester at MSU. Morgan has been an exemplary student leader, and there aren’t many I would consider as deserving of this honor as she is.”
American Indian Night 2023 is coming up on Monday, Nov. 13, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the CSU Ballroom.
Visit a new country this spring break! The College of Humanities and Social Sciences are hosting a Vienna/Nuremberg/Berlin Study Tour.
Librarian Monika Antonelli was the voice for Puar and Chiao Tzu on the popular animated series “Dragon Ball” and “Dragon Ball Z.” She will be signing autographs for $20 a signature.
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Engineering students – Learn how to succeed at creating a resume and interviewing and get refreshments!
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.
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.
In the BEST Board nomination of Masaki Hara, he was recognized for his assistance to incoming international students, particularly from Japan. His trustworthiness helps him gain the confidence to lead others. “Masaki has been a leader with Bridges International for the past 2 academic years. He helps organize community building events and is always a welcoming face to new international students joining Bridges events. If he says he’ll do it, he will,”
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.