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Mankato State University, a man gives a speech at a podium on the Campus Mall during Homecoming, 1988
Campus MallEducationFootball playersHomecomingMankato State UniversityMascotsStudentsThe Fountain
University Archives and Southern Minnesota Historical Center, Memorial Library, Minnesota State University, Mankato, P.O. Box 8419, Mankato, MN 56002-8419 (contributing organization)
Mankato State University, a man gives a speech at a podium on the Campus Mall during Homecoming, 1988. The Memorial Library, Maverick mascot, Homecoming King, football players, and The Fountain can be seen in the background. The Memorial Library was named for those students who gave their lives for their country, and was opened in 1967. The Campus Mall is a student gathering area, and is located between Armstrong Hall and The Fountain. The school mascot has been the Maverick since 1977. The name "Maverick" was submitted by Sociology Professor Roy Cook. The fountain design came from part of the New York City World Fair (1965), and was installed in 1969. The sculpture in the fountain was done by, Roger Johnson, a former faculty member in the Art Department, it was added in 1975.
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University Photograph Collection, 1868-ongoing. MSU Archives 309.