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Hilarious comedy by Larry Shue is sponsored by Minnesota State Mankato's TRIO programs.
Films are free and open to public. "Zootopia" is first movie that will be shown.
Loring, a master of fine arts candidate, will facilitate sessions on six Wednesdays this summer.
Camp focuses on science, technology, engineering and mathematics as well as the arts.
Inaugural conference will focus on creating child-centered, hands-on, play-based environments for young children.
Event will be held at Blue Earth County Historical Society.
The Office of the Minnesota Secretary of State providing student outreach efforts.
Board of Trustees endorsed the new name.
Milling and overlay paving on campus roads will begin on or about June 15.
Business Services reminds employees about IRS requirements for timely submission of employee expense reports.
Gift designated for scholarships and to support fall theatre production.
Students will participate in a four-week English language-training program.
The unmanned aerial vehicle will provide a test and development platform for students.
Schnorenberg will assume new duties on Aug. 1.
Minnesota State Mankato team finished 17th among 120 teams overall, highest among teams from Minnesota and 11th among U.S. teams.
Minnesota State Mankato partnering with three public school districts.
Camps are offered by Minnesota Center for Engineering & Manufacturing Excellence and partner institutions.
Two new pathway options have been created for Future Maverick program between Minnesota State Mankato and South Central College.
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