Corrections:A previous version of this story incorrectly stated where Chi Omega members live. Some Chi Omega members live in a suite attached to the 17th Avenue residence hall with a first floor meeting room; some — but not all — others live in the Radius at 15th apartments. A previous version also incorrectly state that Alpha Epsilon Phi was the only sorority at the University of Minnesota without a chapter house. Alpha Sigma Kappa, Phi Beta Chi and numerous multicultural greek sororities and National Pan-Hellenic sororities don’t have chapter houses.
Corrections:A previous version of this story mischaracterized the relationship between the University of Minnesota and Fairview Health Services. Fairview is an organization partnered with the University.
Corrections: A previous version of this story incorrectly stated whether residents in Northeast Minneapolis would have to pay for using solar energy. They Save 7 percent on their energy bill in the first year of use. A previous version also incorrectly stated Xcel Energy's role in 2013 solar power legislation. The legislation requires Xcel to use energy produced by solar developers on their grid along with other forms of power.
Corrections: A previous version of this article incorrectly stated which students would see a 5.5 percent increase in tuition under Kaler's proposal. Current students' tuition increase would be capped at 5.5 percent, and incoming students' tuition would increase by 15 percent each year until 2019.