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A Student Conduct Code change was recently proposed that would include an updated policy holding student groups liable for any conduct they direct, sponsor or endorse that violates the University's conduct code. The groups would also be held liable if a student group's officers fail to prevent misconduct that occurs during a group event. Previously, student groups were exempt from such punitive actions. Over the past few weeks, many students have become frustrated with the potential implications of this change in the conduct code. Their frustrations mainly arise from the impact it will have on student protest.
Yeah, Valentine’s day is super sweet. But the pops of color seen around campus on the first nice day after a couple weeks of raw winter are sweeter. Last Wednesday, A&E took to the streets (biking and pedestrian) of the University of Minnesota campus to find what our scholars had to offer in the way of spring fashion sneak peeks.
Minnesota (21-6, 10-4 Big Ten) upset another top-25 team, this time a rout of No. 10 Maryland (22-5, 11-3 Big Ten) 93-74 at Williams Arena Sunday.
Minnesota (7-3) dropped both matches against Missouri (9-1) and Memphis (6-3) by a score of 4-3 in Columbia, Missouri on Friday and Saturday.
Midway through Black History Month, Marvel released its highly anticipated film, "Black Panther." With a dominantly black cast, director and writers, Black Panther earned $75.8 million dollars by Friday's end, the eighth largest opening day in history.
Some University of Minnesota graduate students, frustrated by what they call outdated regulations on genetically modified organisms, are asking their congressional representatives for help.
While students on our campus should have the right to stay home and take care of themselves while sick, the University’s sick note policy might make that difficult in some cases. According to administrative policy regarding verification of absences, “The instructor has the right to request, and the student must provide if requested, verification for absences."
The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board and community members are working to develop an East of the River Park Master Plan that will examine all parks east of the Mississippi River and outline future improvements. The plan is funded by the 20-Year Neighborhood Park Plan, which allocates funds based on racial and economic equity criteria.
Wellness Wednesdays, a new project led by the University’s School of Public Health, is a series dedicated to “pursuing wellness in less than traditional ways,” said project organizer Lauren Eldridge, the School of Public Health’s coordinator of diversity, equity and inclusion.
The Gophers coaching staff thought senior Karlie Place was improving, so they ordered bigger poles for her to exceed past performances. There was one problem, however: the poles arrived the day before Saturday's meet, the Parents Day Invite, and Place did not have time to practice with them before she competed. She still managed to finish first on the pole vault with a jump of 13 feet, 11.75 inches. She fell just short of a career best, as Minnesota claimed five event titles over the weekend.
Wiskus was named to the U.S. Senior National Team and will compete at the 2018 U.S. Gymnastics Championships in Boston Aug. 16-19.
A Minneapolis City Council committee recently approved a new proposal that would update and expand existing bike lanes around the University of Minnesota.
Minnesota (8-6, 4-4 Big Ten) knocked off Rider (13-5, 5-1 MAAC) 32-12 Friday in Lawrenceville, New Jersey.
America likes family-focused franchises, at-home drama that takes place in the public eye. The Balls are the latest manifestation of this fad. LaVar Ball, otherwise known as basketball’s Kris Jenner, juggles three sons — Lonzo, LiAngelo and LaMelo — as well as the clothing line he runs, Big Baller Brand.
Volcanic eruptions caused by the meteorite impact that killed the dinosaurs may have contributed to the mass extinction, according to new research from the University of Minnesota.
Amir Coffey will not play for the rest of the season due to his shoulder injury, head coach Richard Pitino announced in a press release on Saturday.
The Gophers got to within one point of clinching their position in the Big Ten.
The Gophers were swept by Wisconsin for the second time this season.
A hashtag that brought national attention to the prevalence of sexual assault has been highly visible on social media and the news.
On Friday, University of Minnesota students gathered at Coffman Union to meet the person behind the #MeToo movement.
The Gophers closed out another close game against a conference foe.