"Wait! U Work Where?" is a segment that takes a peak behind the scenes of a not so average college job. This week, Maureen Amundson outlines her experiences working at the Weisman Art Museum on the University of Minnesota Campus.
Nov. 17, 2015
Sarah Heemstra, a freshman from Michigan, takes on the challenge of becoming a competitive rower for the Women's Gopher Rowing team.
Nov. 05, 2015
Two student groups, Students Supporting Israel and Students for Justice in Palestine, held simultaneous rallies for peace outside of Northrop Auditorium on Friday, Oct. 30, where they were met with unintentional disruption from another cultural group.
Nov. 03, 2015
Foreign exchange student Àlex Mas Ferrer finds a piece of home at the University of Minnesota through the GLOBE program, a student group dedicated to creating connections with students from across the world.
Oct. 27, 2015
A behind the scenes look at the antics of Goldy Gopher, the University of Minnesota mascot. Featuring GoPro footage of what Goldy sees during a football game.
Oct. 15, 2015
"Wait! U Work Where?" is a series that takes a look behind the scenes of atypical college jobs occupied by University of Minnesota students. This week, we invite you to take a peek into the jobs of two radio dee jays, Sydney and Merv, who work at Radio K in the Rarig Center on the West Bank campus.
Oct. 06, 2015
A look inside the hectic and exciting 4 days of preparation that the University of Minnesota's Marching Band excels through for their most important show of the year, homecoming.
Sep. 28, 2015
Ananya Dance Theater brings its dance performance called Roktim to the O'Shaughnessy Auditorium. On September 20, the group will be travelling to Ethiopia to showcase their work.
Sep. 17, 2015
Ethan Fawley, executive director of the Minneapolis Bicycle Coalition, provides a look inside the first ever Open Street event on the University of Minnesota campus.
Sep. 14, 2015
University professor Dr. Angela Panoskaltsis-Mortari speaks about the University's BioPrinter, a device which can create 3D models of human tissue.
Sep. 09, 2015

Take a look inside a night at the famous Dinkytown restaurant, Mesa Pizza, which is famous for its creative pizza masterpieces .

May. 08, 2015

On the last College Kitchen of the semester, Yena Lee and copy desk editor at the Minnesota Daily, Ellen Fee, take on a french toast brunch for their guests, the Arts and Entertainment department.

May. 07, 2015

As a deaf student, freshman Kaity Hagen is required to self-advocate for her own hearing disability. This experience has given her a sense of independence, humor and community with students like herself.

May. 07, 2015

We take an informative look at how Peace Coffee makes their beans.

May. 05, 2015

New sub shop opens up in Dinkytown.

May. 03, 2015

Starting at midnight on Thursday, April 9, The Minnesota Daily photo and video staff set out to document 24 hours of life at the University. Thousands of photographs and hours of video were taken, but the 47 photographs and nine minute video reveal the unique life at the University and together make up your Day in the Life. 

Apr. 22, 2015

Growing each year, the annual Dog Olympics hosted hundreds of puppy lovers at the fair grounds on Saturday.

Apr. 13, 2015

University St. Paul campus hosted a competition where teams build masterpieces out of LEGO blocks to compete in three challenges.

Apr. 13, 2015

University St. Paul campus hosted a competition where teams build masterpieces out of LEGO blocks to compete in three challenges.

Apr. 13, 2015
Sports reporters Jack Satzinger and Ben Gotz review the most recent season of the men's hockey team and what could be expected next season.
Apr. 05, 2015
The University of Minnesota's Glitch Club, a club that promotes video game development in Minnesota, held their 2nd annual Glitch Con at the McNamara Alumni Center on the Twin Cities Campus.
Apr. 01, 2015
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