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Mavericks will take on Southern Indiana in Salem, Va., at 3 p.m. Central time Thursday.
Walter Roberts plans to focus on volunteer work.
Camp aims to help kids maintain their interest in reading and recreation over the summer.
Nearly 2,000 bachelor's degrees and more than 300 graduate degrees and certificates awarded.
Wooden coins used to document good deeds.
Camp will begin June 5 and run for four weeks.
Sophomore Jackson Jones won $12,000 for his business, Primate Longboards.
Claire Clauson named top musical theatre actor in the nation.
Katie Rubitschung is one of just 60 students from across the nation selected to present at Posters on the Hill.
King is presidential fellow and director of community college relationships at Minnesota State Mankato.
Minnesota State Mankato Begins 150th Anniversary Celebration by Announcing use of Sesquicentennial Logo
Sesquicentennial logo will serve as University's signature brand through December 2018.
Neil Simon's play kicks off the 51st annual Highland Summer Theatre season.
Minnesota State Mankato students can purchase $10 tickets that includes concessions and more.
Fisher has served as a faculty member at University since 2005.
Minnesota State Mankato celebrated the opening of the new University Dining Center.
Three University entities moving to downtown Mankato office building to further engagement with businesses, community.
University opens new building with ceremony, tours.
Sampson honored at April 21 ceremony.
Durken honored with Harold J. Fitterer Service Award.
Keroff recipient of Humanitarian Award at April 21 awards ceremony.
Funds from Delta Dental of Minnesota Foundation will be used to purchase dental hygiene equipment.
Gift is single largest ever to Maverick Athletics.
The late David C. Olson was president of Minnesota Chamber of Commerce and chaired Minnesota State system's board of trustees.
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