Stimulus Underload

The University’s production of “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” is devoting one night’s performance for audience members on the autistic spectrum. As such, this 2015 Tony … [Read more...]

Winter wrap-up

Amid a lot of chilly white, University President Richard Davenport and cabinet members handed out some warm purple and gold Tuesday. In an effort to spread a little sunshine on a morning two days … [Read more...]

German Settlement

By the time Michelle Malecha graduated with a degree in German from Minnesota State Mankato in 2013, she’d already studied in Germany twice and was going one more time. Since then, she’s been … [Read more...]

Soldier Girl

Moira O'Connor, '12, is operations director at Chicago's Soldier Field. “Anything big that comes into Chicago comes into this stadium.” And by “big,” Moira O’Connor isn’t just talking football … [Read more...]

Keeping St. Peter Green

Minnesota State Mankato graduate student Kayode “Kay” Adiatu is leading a green initiative in the city of St. Peter. Given his background, this internship is as natural as it gets. In his … [Read more...]

St. Paul’s City Council Maverick

Nelsie Yang is a first in a couple of ways: She's the St. Paul City Council’s first female Hmong member, and she is also its youngest. Her election would surprise few who knew her as a student at … [Read more...]