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A University of Minnesota event held to honor Paul Wellstone on Sunday featured remarks from two congressional leaders.
U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and U.S. Rep. Keith Ellison, D-Minn., spoke at the University about the late Sen. Paul Wellstone and the current state of the Democratic Party.
The University of Minnesota Police Department is expanding its community engagement efforts to better connect with students and staff.
UMPD added two new officers to its community engagement team this fall. The move received a positive response from University professors and administrators.
The No. 7 Gophers stole six points this weekend in Duluth after sweeping the No. 8 Bulldogs and increasing their winning streak to four games.
Blanket solutions won't work for Minnesota's Mental Health System
A Puerto Rican flag hangs on a wall in Dr. Miguel Fiol’s office at the University of Minnesota — a symbol of his home country and a reminder of his roots.
After seeing Hurricane Maria devastate his country first-hand, Fiol and a team of four doctors departed for Puerto Rico on Sunday to assist those affected.
It’s no secret what older generations think of us youngsters: entitled, lazy, and, arguably above all, narcissists. Many of us deny these accusations, but it doesn’t seem that we’re able to convince anyone otherwise. It’s easy to view any group besides the one you’re a part of as a monolith; they are decidedly other.
“My Favorite Murder" is a true crime podcast led by comedians Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark, who, after meeting at a party, discovered that they shared the same macabre fascination with murder. True to its origins, the vibe of the podcast is less like traditional true-crime shows (think “48 Hours”) and more like a lively discussion of cold case conspiracies among friends.
The “Me Too” campaign has provided a space for victim-survivors to connect based on shared experience and heal. However, its original intent to bring more visibility to victims of sexual assault and harassment disproportionately places the burden of emotional labor on the victims themselves.
Hundreds filled an auditorium at the University of Minnesota on Saturday to watch six historically African-American Greek organizations perform choreographed routines using stomping, clapping and chanting.
Though homecoming has been a tradition for over 100 years at the University of Minnesota, the school’s multicultural fraternities and sororities have wished to hold their own homecoming event for years and finally achieved that through Saturday’s event.
Saturday Night Live star Vanessa Bayer and local Minneapolis comedian Brandi Brown brought hundreds to Ted Mann Concert Hall for a two-hour comedy show Tuesday night. Organized by Student Unions and Activities, the free event was a part of homecoming week festivities.
Runners at the 10th annual Jack's Twilight Run on Friday evening had extra incentive to leave an impression, as the Gopher women's cross country team used the results to finalize their roster in anticipation of the Big Ten Championship kick-off on Sunday.
Minnesota was able to overcome a shot deficit Friday, but not Saturday.
The Gophers (3-3-0, 1-1-0 Big Ten) played to a 2-1 win Friday night, but lost in a rout 4-0 to the Fighting Hawks (4-1-1, 0-0-0 NCHC) Saturday. Minnesota won its seventh straight game against North Dakota Friday.
New research from the University of Minnesota sheds light on the relationship between obesity and an often-overlooked aspect of gut health: fungi.
While previous studies have examined the impact of diet on gut bacteria, this research – published this month – is the first to demonstrate a connection between fungi and diet. These findings give important support for the idea that gut fungal communities may contribute to metabolic health.
Midfielder Megan Koenig was overcome with emotion when she walked onto the field at Elizabeth Lyle Robbie Stadium with her family on senior night.
Koenig and five other seniors — forwards Julianna Gernes, Kellie McGahn and Sydney Squires, and defenders Tori Burnett and Maddie Gaffney, were honored during a pregame ceremony in Minnesota's match against Ohio State.
In front of 5,541 fans at the Maturi Pavilion, Minnesota rallied to win its second match against Wisconsin this season.
The No. 5 Gophers finished the match by winning the third set 25-21 and the fourth 25-22 against No. 9 Wisconsin on Saturday night.
Sexual harassment can wend its way into your life under any number of guises. In one particular incident, I was having beers after work with a friend who also happens to be a prominent professor at the University of Minnesota. I held a leadership position in one of the colleges at the time.
The University of Minnesota unveiled an exhibit documenting the history of the transgender and gender non-conforming community on Thursday.
The exhibit, titled “'In Their Own Words': The Tretter Transgender Oral History Project,” is on display at the Elmer L. Andersen Library. A celebration was held for the exhibit, which included an announcement about the project’s future.
Quarterback Demry Croft didn't light up the Fighting Illini defense for multiple passing touchdowns in his first start on Saturday.
He didn't throw for 300 yards and make the game-winning play, but it was still enough to give the Gophers the victory.
Minnesota (4-3, 1-3 Big Ten) won its first Big Ten game of the year, defeating Illinois (2-5, 0-4 Big Ten) 24-17 at the Gophers’ homecoming game.
The Gophers linebackers held the team's lead late in the fourth quarter, and they even added to it themselves.
Minnesota (4-3, 1-3 Big Ten) and the linebacker group limited Illinois to 282 total yards and had an interception returned for a touchdown in the Gophers' 24-17 homecoming win against the Fighting Illini (2-5, 0-4 Big Ten) Saturday.
No. 8 Minnesota (3-2-0, 1-1-0 Big Ten) beat its longtime rival No. 4 North Dakota (3-1-1, 0-0-0 NCHC) 2-1 Friday night to a sellout crowd of 11,862 in Grand Forks, North Dakota. The Gophers committed eight penalties and scored no power-play goals but found a way to win.