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Whether you’re spending your summer lounging by the pool, chasing after children or sitting behind a desk, you don’t have to fall victim to boredom.
You've probably heard of a few of these podcasts, or even sampled a few episodes — but summer is the perfect time to fully develop your addiction.
The Minneapolis City Council unanimously voted to raise the minimum age to purchase tobacco products from 18 to 21 on Friday.
The Gophers will continue their tournament run on Saturday
A University of Minnesota Medical School fellowship application was removed from a University website following controversy surrounding its reproductive healthcare training, which included abortion procedures.
The Minnesota softball team couldn’t do enough to keep its season alive, leaving eight runners on base in a loss to No. 5 Washington 5-2 in the NCAA Seattle Regional final.
In the last hour of session Sunday evening, the Minnesota State Legislature passed an $825 million bonding bill, which would fund about one-third of the proposed infrastructure projects across University of Minnesota campuses if confirmed.
The Minnesota State Senate failed to pass its bonding bill, which contained part of the University’s capital investment request, on a party line vote Wednesday.
A State Legislature committee approved higher education allotments and policies in the supplemental finance omnibus bill Monday, but did not include any of the University of Minnesota’s $10 million request.
No. 11 Minnesota emerged as the overall team champion in both the indoor and outdoor Big Ten tournament on Sunday in Bloomington, Indiana. The Gophers finished with 134 points and beat second-place Purdue by two points.
After winning the Big Ten Tournament, Minnesota will head to the NCAA tournament in the Seattle Regional.
For the third year in a row, Minnesota was crowned the Big Ten champion after a delayed championship game Sunday at Madison, Wisconsin. The No. 2 Gophers played No. 4 Northwestern in the championship and won 9-4.
Ongoing disagreements between University of Minnesota student governments regarding the selection process of representatives to the Board of Regents has caused debates about the future of the process.
The University of Minnesota’s Board of Regents discussed new mental health training programs, the fiscal year 2019 budget proposal and a system-wide strategic plan, among other things at its May meetings on Thursday and Friday.
Lawmakers elected Randy Simonson to the University of Minnesota's Board of Regents Thursday following his nomination from the floor of a joint convention.
The House and Senate higher education committees nominated two candidates to the University of Minnesota's Board of Regents on Monday to fill Regent Patricia Simmons’ vacant seat.
The University of Minnesota would receive roughly $160 million less than it asked for in its 2018 capital request under a bonding bill released by House Republicans on Wednesday.
University of Minnesota hospitals hope more four-legged friends will walk their halls as patients and visitors increasingly seek therapy dogs for support.
In 1957, Ancel Keys and a team of researchers embarked on an ambitious, global mission to reverse the heart attack epidemic through studying diet. Two decades later, Keys’ work was published in a landmark study – the Seven Countries Study. It evaluated a range of diets and was one of the first studies to pin cardiovascular disease, or CVD, to diet. The work helped define national nutrition guidelines today.
Don’t let the grind of finals get you down — the season of outdoor concerts, street festivals and farmers markets is just around the corner.
Kaler’s leadership of Minnesota’s largest university has been filled with triumph and turmoil. To his colleagues, Kaler is known for his fundraising prowess and holding resident tuition down. But his term has also been marred by numerous athletics department scandals, steep nonresident tuition hikes and scrutiny from state legislators.