Orientation leader Katie Schwartz recites a monologue, roleplaying from the perspective of a rape victim during a parental first-year orientation presentation in Coffman Memorial Union on June 22, 2015.
Gail Striegler conducts a drill during the Gophers women’s basketball practice at Williams Arena on June 22, 2015.
Offensive lineman Josh Campion puts his arms around his teammate's shoulders during a game on September 6, 2014, where the Gophers faced Middle Tennessee at TCF Bank Stadium.
(left to right) Stu Rosenberg, Olivia Hanson, Joey Dokken and Sarah Olfelt.
Glasgow-based Belle and Sebastian perform as the headlining act at Rock the Garden on June 20, 2015.
Minneapolis-based Brian Wheat will release his fourth album, “Way Down Below,” in October.
The Green Line light rail crosses University Avenue in Minneapolis on June 22, 2015. The Green Line has served more than 11.1 million riders in its first year, according to Metro Transit.
Minnesota forward Hannah Brandt handles the puck against Ohio State at Ridder Arena on Jan 31, 2015.
University professor Fang Li creates an X-ray image of a MERS coronavirus crystal structure at Nils Hasselmo Hall on June 22, 2015.
Karissa Fleming and Ervin Blaylock enjoy an evening of fishing at Fort Snelling State Park on June 22, 2015. State legislators have agreed to give $260,000 to the University’s Center for Changing Landscapes in order to survey the use of state parks and trails like Fort Snelling State Park.
Gophers men’s basketball assistant coach Nate Pomeday poses for a photo at the Gopher Road Trip: Chalk Talk in Detroit Lakes, Minn., on May 28, 2015.
Manager Adam Hussein gives change to a customer at Maxwell's Market on Tuesday afternoon. Hussein believes the proposed restrictions on tobacco sales will hurt his business.
Redshirt senior Devin Stanford practices disc throwing at the Bierman Track and Field Stadium on April 30, 2015.
Alison Scott will release her new album, “Stone Cold Love,” in August 2015.
Ryan Traster poses in the Linden Hills neighborhood in Minneapolis on June 13, 2015.
Electrician Curt Paumen prepares to install lights at the Gamma Phi Beta house as a part of Project Lighthouse on Tuesday, June 16.
A tanning bed sits available for residents to use at FloCo Fusion Apartments on Monday, June 15. Many luxury apartments near the U offer tanning as a free amenity for their residents despite CDC studies that report an increase in Melanoma cases in recent years.
The University Board of Regents meets to discuss the President's Recommended University's 2016 Annual Capital Budget at McNamara Alumni Center on Friday, June 12.
Northeast Night Market organizers Margie and Madeline Siggelkow plan the layout of their upcoming event at Bauhaus Brewery on June 14, 2015.