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From Super Bowl activities on campus to April blizzards, the student body at the University had an eventful 2017-2018 school year. Through it all, we at the Minnesota Daily have enjoyed covering the action and delivering the news. We would like to take a moment to reflect on fall 2017 and spring 2018 and look ahead to future semesters.
Last week, the Minnesota Daily published a profile on low-income students who make ends meet while footing everything, including UMN tuition. Their fortitude is, to say the least, impressive. One day I’ll get my act together and be a fraction as resilient as them — but with that kind of standard, don’t hold your breath.
A proposal created by three Carlson MBA students aims to combat the opioid epidemic in the Twin Cities area by treating the issue like a contagious disease rather than a criminal issue.
Last week, the Minnesota Daily published a piece that detailed the stained college experience of low-income students. As the price of a college education continues to soar, a degree becomes less attainable and more necessary than ever before. I have, on numerous occasions, questioned whether my mounting students loans, two jobs, endless strings of essays, late night caffeine boosts and study dates with overtired friends are worth my time and effort.
Outfielder Toby Hanson started all 57 games last season as a junior. He was one of the most influential batters for the Gophers, topping Minnesota's charts with 57 RBIs and 75 hits. The total was good for a .319 batting average. But this year, a wrist injury and surgery have gotten in the way.
It has been a long journey with a lot of bumps in the road for senior Dani Wagner to end up in center field for the Gophers softball team.
When University of Minnesota alumna Ashley Hanson began to study theater in college, she struggled to see herself in the roles.
Maritza Ramirez, an esthetician at the North Loop’s Haus Salon and proprietor of all things glowy, found her spot in the skincare world in a bit of a roundabout way.
Sidonia Zinky is a junior at the University of Minnesota majoring in statistical science.
No. 20 Minnesota (29-12, 11-3 Big Ten) took the victory 5-0 against Concordia St. Paul (20-13) in a game that saw seven different Gophers pitchers.
The Gophers tacked on two more victories against North Dakota State Tuesday in the final nonconference matchup of the season. Minnesota won the first game 3-0 and the second game 6-1 against its neighbors to the northwest.
The University of Minnesota student government is finishing up an active year and shifting its focus to the fall semester as new leadership moves in.
Delayed police response times on West Bank have led community members and business owners to advocate for change.
MPD officers responded to a reported robbery near Van Cleve Park just before 2 a.m. Sunday. The victim said the suspect stole his phone and punched him once in the face. He suffered a bloody nose but sustained no other injuries. The suspect was gone by the time police arrived on scene.
A community development nonprofit hopes to better connect the Seward and West Bank neighborhoods by reconstructing crossings that span Interstate 94.
The Council of Graduate Students held its last general assembly meeting of the semester Monday night, electing a representative to the Board of Regents and deviating from the traditional joint selection committee, expressing disapproval of that process.
The Gophers will travel to Norman, Oklahoma to face the University of Georgia in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, as announced on the NCAA selection show Tuesday.
The University of Minnesota’s Resilient Communities Project will partner with Ramsey County and Scott County next year, which will mark the first time the project has selected two partners in its six-year history.
A new career readiness tool piloted by the University of Minnesota’s College of Liberal Arts this year received mixed reviews from faculty and students.
Around 50 University of Minnesota students gathered in Yudof Hall Saturday, taking pictures in a photo booth and posting them with the hashtag #WhoMadeMyClothes, as well as exchanging clothes to promote sustainable practices.