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Minnesota’s political leaders reached a deal Thursday to delay pay raises for state commissioners after weeks of controversy about the increases, reported the Star Tribune.Gov. Mark Dayton’s proposal to raise the salaries of commissioners earlier in the month by about $800,000 in total has caused a divide between the Senate Majority Leader, Tom Bakk, DFL-Cook, and the governor, according to MinnPost.Dayton, Bakk and Speaker of the House Kurt Daudt, R-Crown, came to an agreement to delay the pay raises until July 1, reported KMSP-TV.
Nine members of the Gophers volleyball team travel to Colorado Springs, Colo., this weekend to try out for the U.S. women's national team at the U.S. Olympic Training Center.Maddie Beal, Alyssa Goehner, Erica Handley, Molly Lohman, Katie Schau, Samantha Seliger Swenson, Hannah Tapp, Paige Tapp and Sarah Wilhite will all represent Minnesota among the estimated 240 players trying out this weekend.The tryout helps U.S. volleyball officials identify prospects for the national team.
A Minnesota delegation of law enforcement and Somali community leaders will continue their discussions at a White House summit in Washington D.C. today on combating the recruitment of terrorists in the United States, according to news sources.
Don Lucia joked that it would make a good trivia question.Which two of the six Big Ten coaches got their start in Fairbanks, Alaska? The answer: Lucia, and Penn State head coach Guy Gadowsky.Lucia spent six seasons at the helm of the Nanooks from 1987-1993, and Gadowsky took over six seasons later and stayed for five years.But if Lucia had his way, Gadowsky would have been in Fairbanks much earlier.
The Senate Committee on Higher Education and Workforce Development held a meeting on Tuesday that discussed four bills that call for greater transparency in recruitment of new students and the loans that they pay.The first bill, authored by Sen. Michelle Benson, R-Ham Lake, would ask public postsecondary institutions, including the University of Minnesota, to disclose a range of information for specific programs including average program graduation rates, job placement after graduation and academic costs – including tuition and student debt costs.
After leading the Gophers back to the national rankings with a sweep of Michigan, Kyle Rau and Adam Wilcox picked up two of the Big Ten's three weekly awards.Rau was named the Big Ten's second star after a four goal weekend, while Wilcox picked up the third star after allowing two goals over two games to the No. 1 offense in the country.
Much like his collegiate football debut, Gophers redshirt freshman running back Berkley Edwards had to wait a while before making his first appearance for Minnesota’s track team.In similar fashion to his fall debut, where he ran for 60 yards and two touchdowns against Eastern Illinois, Edwards also thrived on the track as he finished third overall in the 60-meter dash with a time of 6.92 seconds.
Michigan head coach Red Berenson didn’t give complicated answers after his team’s two losses over the weekend.After Friday’s 6-2 loss to the Gophers he said “we weren’t very good, and they were really good.”He followed it up Saturday by saying “One thing we’ve been able to do this year is score goals but we couldn’t tonight.”
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The University of Minnesota-Duluth recently told its women’s hockey team coach Shannon Miller her contract with the school won’t be renewed.Miller said she believes the decision was made based on her gender, rather than the financial reasons the school reported in December, according to the Star Tribune.The school is currently trimming $6 million from its budget by, MPR reported.
One of the nation’s most prolific journalists, University of Minnesota alumnus David Carr , died Thursday night. He was 58.Carr was best known in Minnesota media as the editor of the Twin Cities Reader , an alternative weekly that shuttered in 1997.He went on to write for a number of prominent national newspapers, culminating in a storied tenure at The New York Times as a media columnist.
The University of Minnesota will pay around $2,200 to cover the cost of attendance for over 300 full-scholarship athletes as part of the new NCAA autonomy rules, athletics director Norwood Teague said Friday in a presentation at the Board of Regents meeting.Teague explained that universities -- without the say of their athletic departments -- set the cost of attendance. Therefore, the disparity between the cost of attendance numbers for Division I schools comes down to their tuition, room and board, fees and other totals.
The $190 million athletic facilities plan took another step forward Thursday as a Board of Regents committee approved an amendment to allot the athletics department $15 million for schematic design of the Athletes Village.The money is already part of the athletics department's fundraising budget for the project, which now totals $70 million according to athletics director Norwood Teague. The capital budget amendment will still need to be passed by the full Board of Regents at Friday's meeting.