Turning Tables and Fighting Hunger

Minnesota State Mankato students, alumni, faculty and staff have stepped up in a variety of ways to help their communities during the COVID-19 pandemic, including in the vital area of food … [Read more...]

PCs For People

A national nonprofit that provides laptops and wireless service to low-income families has its origin in Mankato, where a high school student was kicked out of his school for hacking into its computer … [Read more...]

Fall’s Return to Learn offers students options

In addition to a campus-wide COVID-19 preparadness plan, the University has developed a flexible approach to attending classes, one designed to reduce transmission of the virus while giving … [Read more...]

Meeting An Unprecedented Challenge

If there was one moment when things shifted, when he knew the coronavirus was sending Minnesota State University, Mankato into unfamiliar and unsettling territory, President … [Read more...]

Checking In On Students

Owatonna resident Carlie Berg had enough going on during her spring semester.   In her third year of an online business degree, she was taking 16 credits. She and her husband … [Read more...]

The Reality of Going Virtual

It was less than ideal. That much was acknowledged by Interim Provost Matt Cecil when he passed along the information to instructors to begin … [Read more...]