No Maverick Left Behind

Instead of gearing up for classes, the approximately 2,600 Mavericks residing on campus this spring needed to decide where to hunker down for the final eight weeks of … [Read more...]

Coming Home

Cita Maignes moved from her native Philippines to the United States in 1980. Four years later, she relocated to the cold and foreign north country in Comfrey, Minn. "The mentality of people in 1980 … [Read more...]

And the Band Played On

There is no one happier to witness the revival of the Minnesota State Mankato marching band than Clayton Tiede. “A marching band is part of the fabric of university life,” says Tiede, who was the … [Read more...]

Trampoline Blues

Steve Vonderharr is one of a kind. Vonderharr, who came to Minnesota State Mankato as a gymnast in the 1970s and later served as the head coach of the men’s gymnastic team, also developed an … [Read more...]

A Story to Share with His Sons

Throughout his more than two year battle with stage four gastrointestinal cancer, Lieutenant Colonel Mark Weber defied the odds again and again. "All I've heard from doctors is: 'I can't believe … [Read more...]

A Great 48

  After nearly a half century of quietly performing her duties as the administrative assistant to the dean of Minnesota State University, Mankato’s College of Business, Verone Nelson … [Read more...]