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Capstone projects are a rite of passage.
University received one of 19 nationwide grants that will support agricultural science programs at non-land-grant universities.
Students in "Courage, Caring, and Team Building" course are watching for good deeds.
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.
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.
Funds from Delta Dental of Minnesota Foundation will be used to purchase dental hygiene equipment.
Gift is single largest ever to Maverick Athletics.
Students build brands from the ground up.
Minnesota State Mankato is tied for 23rd nationally in international student enrollment among master's institutions.
The late David C. Olson was president of Minnesota Chamber of Commerce and chaired Minnesota State system's board of trustees.
The team finished as runner-up for the second year in a row.
Tuesday, March 21 event will address separation of church and state.
Documentary film "He Named Me Malala" to be shown March 14.
College of Business faculty research award recipients will be recognized and give presentations.
Residency will conclude with April 8 finale concert.
Visit by Flynn is the final Good Thunder Reading Series event in 2016-17 year.
The campus community and public are invited to this event. RSVPs are required.
Faculty member Dennis Waskul will deliver 38th annual Frontier Forum lecture.
Cullors to discuss social injustice, discrimination and her commitment to activism in 13th annual Carol Ortman Perkins Lecture.
Performance will be in Halling Recital Hall.
Department of Art senior students will display their work in the Conkling Gallery.
Theatre production will be staged in the Andreas Theatre.
Agha will give artist's lecture Monday, April 3 in Ostrander Auditorium.
Tickets go on sale Thursday, Feb. 23.
Various students took home honors from Region V Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival.
In addition to professional artist series, 13 student ensemble concerts and faculty recitals will be offered.
Board of Trustees endorsed the new name.
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