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Clothes matter. They matter to the people who wear them because they promote a personal image; they matter to those who make them, whether it's for artistry, or more often, working conditions; they matter to the earth because “fast fashion” pollutes it so badly.
Minnesota lawmakers have recently been reconsidering the process by which University of Minnesota Board of Regents members are chosen. In the current system, the Regent Candidate Advisory Council, a 24-member panel made up of volunteers, make suggestions to state legislators on who they believe are the best candidates.
The state legislators' proposals to eliminate the RCAC is a nonsensical, thinly-veiled attempt at granting themselves more authority. As reported by the Star Tribune, Rep. Gene Pelowski, DFL-Winona, who favors repealing the panel, says lawmakers like himself often ignore the RCAC’s recommendations for candidates anyway.
On July 15, 2017, Justine Damond was fatally shot by then Minneapolis Police officer Mohamed Noor after she had called 911 to report a possible assault outside in southwest Minneapolis. This news shocked the Twin Cities, especially after the police shooting of Philando Castile in 2016.
Art for Birds at the University of Minnesota began in the fall of 2016 and has been saving lives ever since.
The student group comprises activists and artists and paints and designs windows around campus to deter birds from accidentally flying into them.
People suffering from urinary tract infections may soon be able to buy affordable, at-home diagnosis tests from drugstores, with the help of a new technology from the University of Minnesota.
In a time when online classes are increasing their presence in higher education, some could leave students vulnerable to bias. In March, Stanford University published a study that found instructors of some online courses were 94 percent more likely to respond to posts from white male students than to those written by other students.
Bob Motzko, the former head coach at St. Cloud State, will be the next head coach of the Minnesota men's hockey team, the Gophers announced Tuesday.
Following the March for Our Lives in Washington D.C. and affiliate marches on Saturday, the University of Minnesota joined the nationwide discussion on gun violence by hosting a town hall meeting.
A co-op development coming to the Southeast Como neighborhood will feature affordable units and offer students a say in how the building is run.
Forward Davonte Fitzgerald is leaving the Gophers basketball team, the team announced Monday.
Mittelstadt signed a three-year, entry-level deal with the Buffalo Sabres and will join the team sometime this week.
Based on the graphic novel by Fabien Nury (writer) and Thierry Robin (artist), the film comedically chronicles the desperate bids for power made by the members of Stalin’s central committee in the wake of his death.
An animated DJ, a candlelit aisle and 150 dapper, cocktail-toting college students made for the wedding of the semester.
University of Minnesota students presented top student concerns, including diversity efforts and student information privacy, during an annual report to the Board of Regents Friday.
Minnesota men's swimming and diving hosted the NCAA Championships, for the first time since 2011, at Jean K Freeman Aquatic Center.
The result after the meet ended Saturday was the highest finish the Gophers have had since they last hosted the event.
The Gophers (18-13, 1-2 Big Ten) played close against Northwestern (19-9, 2-1 Big Ten) from Drysdale Field in Evanston, Illinois with a 3-2 loss Friday, an 11-10 loss in extras Saturday and an 8-0 victory Sunday.
The Gophers finished first with a score of 419.100, the highest score the team has earned this season, in Lincoln, Nebraska on Saturday.
The onion ring-loving, Razor scooter-riding pop queen Lorde took over the Xcel Energy Center on Friday night.
And the crowd loved her.
Minnesota (16-9, 2-1 Big Ten) took the first conference series of the year after winning 2-0 over Nebraska, on Sunday at Hawks Field to give the team two wins and one loss for the second weekend series in a row.
No. 35 Minnesota (10-4, 3-0) beat Nebraska (9-6, 0-3) 6-1 on Sunday afternoon at the Baseline Tennis Center, after taking down Iowa 4-3 on Friday. The Gophers grabbed the doubles point Sunday after victories from the No. 2 and No. 3 spots. From there, Minnesota controlled the singles competition and clinched the victory.