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Food insecurity, or the lack of reliable access to sufficient quantities of affordable, nutritious food, is a more pervasive problem on college campuses than some may realize. It’s been considered a bigger problem at two-year colleges and state universities, but new data suggests that 20-33 percent of students at four-year colleges are also food insecure. On average, around 12 percent of U.S. households experience food insecurity.
Whalen, a Gophers alumna who went to a Final Four during her senior year in 2004, was introduced in front of fans and media as the new head coach of Minnesota women's basketball.
The University of Minnesota spent more than $38,000 investigating a 2007 claim of sexual harassment against Regent Darrin Rosha, according to a records request from the Pioneer Press.
MSA partnered with Gophers Athletics to promote the initiative at the game, where players wore It Ends Here decals on their helmets and rushed the field with campaign-themed oars.
Minnesota played its annual spring game Thursday night, where fans and media alike got to see the next wave of Gophers football.
A Stadium Village student rally supported a reactionary nationwide movement calling for the disarmament of campus police departments.
Fans who have watched guard Carlie Wagner play for the Gophers the last four years won't have to go far to see her at the next level.
Lindsay Whalen was named the next head coach of the women's basketball team Thursday.
Frid does the heptathlon during the indoor season, while he competes in the decathlon during outdoor season.
As departments across the University of Minnesota continue to cut administrative spending, the school's public safety budget has stayed stable.
A new development from University of Minnesota researchers could filter harmful chemicals from groundwater, preventing the compounds from reaching wildlife and humans.
During her sophomore year, Kortney Luedloff had no intention or commitment to become a prominent women’s rower for the University.
The future for MaKenna Partain could go many ways, but working with kids will be part of the plan.
"I'm hoping to become a family therapist, more so work with children. I am also minoring in child psychology," Partain said. "Hopefully [I'll] be working with children, picking their brains a bit."
Though the team's season is underway, commodore Bailey Adkins said it's tough to sail in cold and snowy conditions. The club took a trip to Florida during the University's spring break in April to prepare for the season.
A Phi Gamma Delta fraternity member died in late February after a night of partying at a Gamma Phi Beta event. In an article published in the Minnesota Daily last week, the night leading to Mitchell Hoenig’s death was laid out, as well as Greek life involvement in the unfortunate set of events.
What is the best way to promote peace in the Middle East? Though the answer is not clear, it is certainly not spewing incorrect and anti-Semitic rhetoric to students on campus. On April 2, UMN's chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine hosted an event titled “Palestine 101: A Beginner’s Guide to Palestine.” Based on the title and description, I thought the event’s aim was to educate students on Palestinian politics, history and culture. I was wrong.
At the turn of the century, the United States declared measles eradicated from our country. Fast forward to 2017, when Minnesota experienced the largest outbreak of measles in 20 years. This outbreak cost Minnesota an estimated $1 million and approximately 90 percent of those infected by this outbreak were unvaccinated children.
Americans' opinions toward the police remain heavily divided. The path to defeating police brutality, especially regarding race-based discrimination, is continuously debated across our nation and our campus.
For freshman Vlad Lobek, the past weekend in Indiana offered a prime example of learning from experience.
A New Orleans Saints cheerleader, Bailey Davis, was fired for uploading to Instagram what the organization considered too revealing of a photo. If you care to look up the photo and compare the immodest nature of her attire to her cheerleading uniform, you may perceive a negligible difference.