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Food establishments have until May 7 to comply with U.S. Food and Drug Administration requirements to provide calorie information for consumers, an Obama-era policy that’s experienced almost a decade of delays. In February, the House passed legislation amending requirements that food establishments provide calorie counts.
Minnesota (25-11, 9-2 Big Ten) won twice at Target Field before faltering in the first game of the season at its home stadium, Siebert Field. On the first day, the Gophers won 4-3, then they won 3-0 and on Sunday they couldn't get the sweep, losing 5-3.
The Minnesota House and Senate higher education committees passed their omnibus spending bills last week, which did not include funding for the University of Minnesota’s supplemental budget request.
Presentations covering new research on sustainability, conservation methods and diversity — among other topics — were given Friday afternoon at a first-of-its-kind symposium at the University of Minnesota.
The melting snow means University neighborhood residents will have the opportunity to see what needs cleaning around their homes.
Rural Minnesotan cancer patients will have easier access to clinical cancer trials through a University of Minnesota partnership starting this summer, researchers say.
Spring Jam's festivities Saturday provided campus a mix of entertainment and respite at a critical point in this year's winter-weary semester.
Nearly 6 percent of University students have ADHD, according to a 2015 College Student Health Survey report, and many of them use medication to manage their symptoms. As the number of people who are prescribed drugs like Ritalin, Concerta and Adderall increases nationally, experts say doctors should diagnose ADHD carefully to avoid overmedicating or misdiagnosing patients.
Last Thursday, The University of Minnesota’s art and literary magazine, The Tower, held its annual release party at the Weisman Museum of Art.
Full of poems, short fiction pieces, photography and art of all media, the magazine drew only the most chic to the galleries.
After police were called to a Friday night event hosted by the Somali Student Association at Northrop auditorium, the two groups are disputing the facts of the event.
University of Minnesota Police Department and Minneapolis Police Department officers responded to an incident at a Somali Student Association event late Friday night.
Austin Kraft, the infrastructure committee director for the Minnesota Student Association, and four other MSA members held a safety walk Thursday night to raise awareness about security issues affecting the University of Minnesota campus.
With revenue sources for Minneapolis neighborhood organizations shifting in 2021, the City is asking for the organizations' input on how the funding should be allocated over the next decade.
When Minnesota resident Dayna Klein’s twins were about three years old, she knew something wasn’t quite right.
The toddlers weren’t speaking, and some of their developmental skills lagged behind their peers’. Teachers and specialists suggested the twins had autism or an intellectual disability, or that nothing was amiss. Finally, a doctor diagnosed them with fragile X, a rare developmental disorder similar to autism.
Crisp & Green, a casual restaurant that sells nutritious food, will replace the space that was once home to Espresso Royale in Dinkytown.
After nearly 20 years of researching the Ramón nut, Dave Wilsey had an idea: use the protein-rich Central American seed to brew beer.
The Minnesota Daily sat down with Julia Courter of Hamline tennis. Courter, a Gophers alumna, now coaches men's and women's tennis at Hamline. She also coaches Mahtomedi girls' tennis. Courter finished her collegiate career 81-42 in singles play, a mark that ranks 10th in the program's history.
Senior Mehvish Safdar does not normally play in the singles portion of the dual, but she is considered one of the top doubles players on the team and has played in the No. 1 position for the Gophers all year long.
A class at the University of Minnesota brought together two student-athletes, sparking an unlikely passion and leading to the creation of a new student-led organization.