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Even when conditions got tough with wind, rain and cold, senior Riley Johnson put together his best finish with Minnesota in Iowa City, Iowa.
Minnesota placed 10th in the Lady Buckeye Spring Invitational that featured 14 teams, including nine Big Ten teams. The tournament was scheduled to have three 18-hole rounds to decide the winner, but because of heavy overnight rains in Columbus, Ohio, the tournament ended without playing the third round on Sunday.
Minnesota (13-10, 5-4 Big Ten) lost to No. 12 Northwestern (17-4, 10-0 Big Ten) 6-1 on Sunday in Evanston, Illinois. The Gophers battled in the doubles portion of the dual, but still came up short. In singles, Cammy Frei was the only player to claim victory for the Gophers.
After the Gophers' last event, the Wisconsin Double Dual, was cancelled due to weather, the team went south for warmer weather this week where they finished in the middle of the pack.
A University of Minnesota-led research team spotted a star 9 billion light years away — the farthest star ever seen.
In the absence of a system-wide strategic plan, University of Minnesota administrators are emphasizing the plan’s creation this academic year.
With blizzard warnings and low temperatures in April, spring sports at Minnesota have to adjust.
The Gophers tallied 39 hits and 40 runs in two games on a return trip to West Lafayette, Indiana to face Purdue. Minnesota won 22-7 in the first game and 18-8 in the second.
The No. 36 Gophers (13-6, 6-2 Big Ten) beat Michigan State (8-15, 1-7 Big Ten) 7-0 on Friday night at the Baseline Tennis Center. All six of the Gophers won their matches in straight sets. Senior Matic Spec and sophomore Stefan Milicevic extended their singles winning streaks.
A new apartment proposed for development in southeast Como would bring dozens of studio and one-bedroom units to the neighborhood.
The games were rescheduled and not cancelled, and the Gophers took advantage and won their series versus Iowa on Thursday and Friday. Minnesota (24-14, 7-3 Big Ten) won the game on Thursday 8-0, the first game of the doubleheader 6-2 Friday and earned the 11-1 victory in the second game of Friday.
The Gophers competed in the Tomcat Twilight on Thursday at St. Thomas, an event where they came away with seven titles. Five of their seven titles came in field events.
A legislative measure introduced at the State Capitol would give patients of rare diseases access to information about clinical research, trials and drugs.
The University of Minnesota was awarded one of its largest-ever federal research grants this month in a large show of support for University research.
The Prospect Park Association approved plans for a new micro-unit apartment building on Essex Street and 27th Avenue Tuesday.
I was deeply disappointed by the front page article of the April 9 edition of the Minnesota Daily. The article, entitled “U researchers aim to learn how voters view rights,” seemed to imply that all Donald Trump supporters “have strong values that are nationalistic and at odds with the universal values traditionally tied to human rights.” The assumption is a generalization and, I believe, an unfair one.
When we talk about meat consumption, let’s not forget about the animals. I do take issue with one glaring omission from the column: the effect that going vegan has on the lives of nonhuman animals.
For many years, Native American women across the state and country have faced extreme levels of violence. Many women have disappeared, never to be found again. Others have been dealing with violence since childhood.
Just last week, the Minnesota Student Association launched a wide-spread campaign aiming to combat sexual assault on campus. This movement is what this campus needs. The “It Ends Here” campaign attempts to tackle many facets of sexual misconduct by attempting to curb culture, conversation and policy on the University of Minnesota campus.