Researchers say remote voting is ready. Are we?

Just a few of many things that are considered personal, private and basically nobody’s business: Our banking transactionsOur sessions with doctors and therapists.Our choices when voting. For the … [Read more...]

Tales from the Underground

One highlight of “Cornfield Shipwreck,” a documentary airing on HBO, is alum Emily Ruoff preserving pickles. Reason being, those pickles are a century and a half old, part of a fascinating … [Read more...]

Exit Stage Right: Paul Hustoles retires

In mid-March, Dr. Paul J. Hustoles and his wife, Mary Jo, were walking along Broadway in New York when he received a text from a student. “Broadway is closed,” the text read. Looking up at the … [Read more...]

COVID and classes: Return of the Masked Mavericks

When it came to academics, feedback from faculty and students at the end of spring semester indicated a return to in-person instruction in some form was desired. “We were hearing from students that … [Read more...]

‘Giving Gives Grief A Purpose’

In the days after Kathryn Cullen’s death, her five adult children spent hours going through their mother’s photos and other collections, which included a trove of writings they’d never seen. They … [Read more...]

What’s Up With That Guy?

It’s been hard to miss Minnesota State Mankato alum Kris Lindahl with outstretched arms and a hard-charging grin adorned by the words "Guaranteed Offer." Though good-natured, his Twin Cities … [Read more...]