Weekly Newspaper Column

The President's Weekly Newspaper Column

Dr. Gary Hagen's column for the Traill County Tribune, Mayville’s local weekly newspaper.

Amazing stewardship opportunities available for charitable donors

The holiday season is a time for giving, and a time for being thankful. At Mayville State, we are very fortunate to benefit from the generosity of so many alumni and friends. Many …

Cometeers bring personal service to life

There’s a new student group on campus that is bringing Mayville State’s tradition of personal service to life. The Cometeers aim to promote volunteer service of Mayville State Univ…

Mayville State hosts NDUS and NDSA representatives

This has been an especially busy week at Mayville State University. It was our honor and pleasure to host the November meeting of the North Dakota State Board of Higher Education (…

MSU Foundation Honor Society members make a big impact at Mayville State

In July of 2007, the MSU Foundation implemented some changes that have simplified the way the general public and Mayville State alumni and friends interpret their roles in supporti…

Scholarships benefit students while strengthening the university

Scholarship assistance is very important to students who are in pursuit of their academic dreams and goals. Through the efforts of the MSU Foundation, Mayville State alumni and fri…

Traditions will usher in the holiday season

As the holiday season approaches, we think of traditions we have come to look forward to year after year. One of those traditions is the Mayville State University Madrigal Feast, w…

Video project will be a significant activity in the quasquicentennial celebration

Mayville State University will soon begin its year-long celebration of one hundred twenty-five years as a state-supported educational institution. The official date of the 125th an…

Faculty Spotlight: Aaron Kingsbury

We at Mayville State University are blessed with many great colleagues. These faculty and staff members are making an impact at the university, as well as in the community and beyo…

Preliminary work on new physical education facility is underway

Mayville State was very fortunate to have received significant capital funding during the North Dakota 63rd Legislative Assembly this past winter and spring. The Legislature increa…

Mayville State programming providing education and awareness of violence issues

Yes, U Can is a project initiated by a task force of faculty, staff, and students, and established to promote respect, education, and awareness of sexual and domestic abuse. The gr…