Inside Information

What you might not know about the two buildings opening on campus this spring. Clinical Sciences Building The Clinical Sciences Building is a three-story building. But the clerestory adds extra … [Read more...]

Homes Away from Home

Mankato Normal School was the second in Minnesota but the last to build a dormitory for students. When state money was granted to the school and designs provided by State Architect C. H. Johnston, … [Read more...]

Ryding the Wave

Two years ago, when Suzannah Armentrout found out that the 2016 Ryder Cup would be held just 60 miles away from the Minnesota State Mankato campus, she started making phone calls. As a professor in … [Read more...]

Lasting Legacy

Legacies come in many different forms. Some are tangible, such as a business or a construction project. Some are harder to define or point out. Both are equally important and enduring. The … [Read more...]

Putting Students First

You could say that part of Mark Constantine’s job is to keep 15,000 students happy here. As Director of the Centennial Student Union and Student Activities, he oversees what is essentially the … [Read more...]

Measuring Up

S-T Industries in St. James, Minn., manufactures a variety of precision measuring tools and equipment—including micrometers, optical comparators and video inspection systems. Its customers come from a … [Read more...]

Game Changer

Glen Taylor saw a little bit of himself in the shy kid fumbling to ask questions during a high school business class in Sioux Rapids, Iowa. The student, Harley Ries, had no particular … [Read more...]

Competitive Advantage

If you’re going to work in the dairy business, you have to get up long before the sun rises. You have to develop an appreciation for the quiet of those lonely pre-dawn hours and get comfortable … [Read more...]