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Freshman Lexy Ramler was anxious heading into her first NCAA Regionals on April 7. Her nerves, however, didn't get in the way of her performance.
She qualified for the NCAA championships in the regionals for the all-around, as the only Minnesota gymnast to qualify this season.
The University of Minnesota will host Lil Yachty, Cashmere Cat and tons of other attractions this Saturday for Spring Jam.
One year ago this Wednesday, Gigi Berry officially made her hobby an “actual thing.”
The hobby? Pin collecting. The actual thing that came out of it? Cherry Moon Press — a local Prince-themed enamel pin company.
Twin sisters Geevie and Sophia Wood are both students at the University of Minnesota. Although they have followed zero waste lifestyles for about a year, the two have always aspired to live sustainably.
On Friday, after four rounds of preliminary battles that took place throughout spring semester, five bands will compete to perform at Saturday’s Spring Jam.
The Tower art and literary magazine has been publishing works created by University of Minnesota students since 2006 and debuts its 2018 edition Thursday at the Weisman Art Museum.
A new Korean fried chicken restaurant is moving into the heart of Dinkytown this summer, taking over the previous location of Vescio’s Italian Restaurant.
Over plates stacked with warm waffles, a panel of University of Minnesota faculty and staff members recalled their experiences as first-generation college students Tuesday evening.
As Prospect Park approves new large-scale housing projects, some residents are concerned about a lack of consideration by the neighborhood association.
On April 12, the Students for a Democratic Society student group staged a protest advocating for the disarming of the University of Minnesota Police Department.
Demilitarization of United States police is not an unpopular sentiment. In fact, it’s not one I disagree with. However, this protest is extremely misguided. The group preaches for carving a progressive path in society, but its cause feels fruitless. This is because guns in the hands of the UMPD is a nonissue.
Amid a relatively peaceful yet frigid spring semester, the University of Minnesota Police Department continues to serve the University community and keep our expansive campus relatively safe. Although UMPD has handled campus safety smoothly, questions have surfaced regarding UMPD funding and the limit of its capabilities.
University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point is likely eliminating 13 humanities majors in order to expand 16 ‘more-marketable’ programs. The endangered majors include English, history, philosophy and political science. The reason is fiscal.
The University of Minnesota and the National Loon Center Foundation are working to build a center for loon education and conservation near Brainerd.
Through taekwondo and a new app, Kappa Alpha Psi is teaching its members — and the wider campus community — how to defend themselves in dangerous situations.
The Minneapolis Police Department responded to burglaries in neighborhoods around the University of Minnesota last week, along with several thefts and car damages.
It’s the summer of 1980, and you’re in the crowd at Wimbledon. Do you remember the cheers? Björn Borg’s luscious locks and John McEnroe’s ferocity? Do you remember who won? Of course you don’t. Nor will many of the people who see “Borg vs. McEnroe,” which had its wide release in the U.S. on Friday.
Even when conditions got tough with wind, rain and cold, senior Riley Johnson put together his best finish with Minnesota in Iowa City, Iowa.
Minnesota placed 10th in the Lady Buckeye Spring Invitational that featured 14 teams, including nine Big Ten teams. The tournament was scheduled to have three 18-hole rounds to decide the winner, but because of heavy overnight rains in Columbus, Ohio, the tournament ended without playing the third round on Sunday.
Minnesota (13-10, 5-4 Big Ten) lost to No. 12 Northwestern (17-4, 10-0 Big Ten) 6-1 on Sunday in Evanston, Illinois. The Gophers battled in the doubles portion of the dual, but still came up short. In singles, Cammy Frei was the only player to claim victory for the Gophers.