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Sam Rossini came to the Gophers this year on a path similar to many others. He's learned to play at the collegiate level day by day, and it is unclear whether he will see the ice this weekend as No. 7 Minnesota hosts No. 13 Harvard for the two teams’ first matchup in two years.
Rossini has the second best shooting percentage on the Gophers and is averaging 0.50 goals per game as a freshman defenseman.
At the Scottrade center in St. Louis, Missouri, Division I wrestlers accomplished goals they've dreamed about so much, only Ethan Lizak didn't have the storybook ending he wanted.
As a student who has worked full time, I can attest to the astronomical costs that are weighing on students. I’ve worked 40-hour weeks while juggling 18 credits, and it has not begun to cover the costs I’ve incurred.
A weak economy combined with extreme shortages of affordable housing and the incredible costs of college attendance, not to mention the insufficiency of financial aid, has created an impossible situation. College students who struggle to find affordable housing are more likely to leave without a degree, according to Scholars Strategy Network. Economic downturns have intensified the need for financial support, meanwhile this necessity has largely gone unacknowledged.
After redshirting as a freshman, Regan Pittman is a welcomed addition to the Gophers lineup this season.
Carter Coughlin switched from linebacker to defensive end in the offseason. The sophomore has the most sacks and tackles for loss on the Minnesota defense.
With 3:13 left in the overtime period, Gophers freshman Taylor Wente rocketed the puck into the back of the net off a pass from Caitlin Reilly to seal the 2-1 victory over Mercyhurst last Friday.
Recently, a private inspection of the new Prime Place Apartments building revealed serious fire safety violations that placed more than 100 University of Minnesota students in jeopardy. Additionally, the building appears to be poorly built on multiple accounts.
In essence, the University is only teaching its computer science students to tread water and stay afloat in our electronic society, not to swim or to go in a certain direction. This leaves a generation of students subject to the tumultuous currents of technology. I don’t mean that computer science students are merely sheep, but the University treats them as such by not giving them a well-rounded and much-deserved education that must combine professional skills and critical thinking.
Defensive lineman Steven Richardson hasn't showed his impact in his season stats, but his presence on the defensive line has opened gaps for other Minnesota rushers to come through.
Grindhouse, trash sci-fi and kung fu films, experimental 3-D — these are the territory of bizarro cinema. The Twin Cities Psychotronic Film Society, which has been operating since March, screens one-off hits like “RoboCop.” They also host mystery screenings and series like “Analog Assault” (screenings on VHS) and “Girl Gang Night.”""
For the past six months, the University of Minnesota administration has been “bargaining” with unionized workers for new contracts, asking workers to work under expired contracts until new agreements are settled. In actuality, this has meant hostile anti-union attitudes and disrespect from President Eric Kaler’s administration toward workers who do the hardest work for the least amount of pay at the University.
On Tuesday night, around 20 students gathered to discuss mental health over coffee, donuts and coloring pages.
The students gathered at the Whole Music Club in Coffman Memorial Union to share experiences and mental health strategies at an event hosted by the Minnesota Student Association’s health and wellness committee. The meeting was the first of its kind this year.
McHugh said he wants to leave his mark on the program and make it better for future Gophers.
In their 2017-2018 seasons, the Walker Art Center and the Guthrie Theater have collaborated to present a work of international performance art.
Minnesota won its first road game by a big margin, but the final score was not characteristic of how close the game looked Monday night.
With just 11:26 to play, Providence had the lead at 55-54. Then Gophers guard Nate Mason hit his two free throws, took the lead, and the Gophers started playing their best basketball.
Using only Alka-Seltzer tablets and water, the University of Minnesota Rocket Team launched a rocket 430 feet in the air — setting a Guinness World Record — as part of a national competition last week.
Dehn and supporters hope the campaign will have a lasting effect on student engagement and political involvement.
Gophers head coach P.J. Fleck had nothing but nice words for Northwestern’s football coach Pat Fitzgerald Tuesday.
The Gophers had to make up for some cold shooting early on in their first road game, and to do so, they relied on guard Kenisha Bell.
If current trends hold, fall 2017 could be the most trafficked semester based on numbers dating back to 2010 for the free learning resource.