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Hundreds of Prince fanatics arrived at the Weisman Art Museum Friday night to see the preview of the new exhibition “Prince from Minneapolis.” The party, which quickly sold out, offered fancy foods and drinks, a lavish lounge, a professional photo booth and Prince inspired DJs.
The federal government has filed a counter-suit against the University of Minnesota over contamination at a school-owned property in Rosemount.
USC eliminated Minnesota from the NCAA tournament by sweeping the team in the Sweet 16 in Gainesville, Florida to end its season. The Trojans won 3-0 — 25-23, 28-26, 25-16 — and will face Florida in the regional final tomorrow.
The Georgetown crowd got used to “Carlie Wagner for three!” pretty early on, as the Gophers seemed determined to prove they’re the real deal.
Minnesota (9-1) beat Georgetown (4-4) 73-63 on the road as Wagner was on fire the entire night on 12-14 shooting and 7-8 from behind the arc for 31 points.
The Minnesota state government will face an estimated $188 million deficit over the current two-year budget cycle, the Minnesota Office of Management and Budget announced Tuesday.
The forecast was met with concern, and some apathy, by University of Minnesota officials and state lawmakers.
Though numbers of international graduate students at the University of Minnesota are increasing, the school still lags behind the national average for international grad student enrollment.
Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., announced his resignation from the floor of the U.S. Senate Thursday morning amid multiple allegations of groping and sexual misconduct.
Calls for Franken’s resignation were amplified Wednesday when a seventh accuser, reported by Politico, came forward to accuse the Senator of forcibly kissing her after a taping of his radio show in 2006.
Three Espresso Royale locations in the Twin Cities — including Dinkytown — are set to close Dec. 21, according to employees.
Professors are rallying to help University of Minnesota students whose education may be threatened by deportation or the federally-proposed travel ban.
Senior Cara Piazza has already surpassed her point total from last year with 15 points so far, but it is her work with teammates that has made head coach Brad Frost happy.
Num-mi, a new Vietnamese restaurant, and Left Click Lounge, a cafe geared toward video game enthusiasts, have faced delayed openings. Owners say the two businesses, each located on 14th Avenue Southeast, have been delayed due to final preparations and state inspection postponements.
The Gophers are off to an 8-1 start and there's already one player leading with offensive play.
That player would be Kenisha Bell, a redshirt junior, who is averaging 19.2 points, first among Minnesota players. With another year of experience, Bell has proven that she’s one of the best guards in the Big Ten. However, this kind of success didn’t come overnight.
Defenseman Tyler Nanne is halfway through his first season patrolling Minnesota’s blue line, and he isn’t taking playing time for granted.
University of Minnesota researchers quantified the idea that political and group identities can sway students’ acceptance of climate change and other politically charged scientific concepts.
The U should allow students to pursue alternative financial aid without hindering already granted scholarships
The Minnesota Student Association recently collected signatures from University of Minnesota staff, urging President Eric Kaler, other University officials and the University community to assist students affected by sudden policy changes enacted at a federal level.
While the consequences for these these allegations go beyond Franken's job, he should immediately resign as his past actions do not reflect the principles that our government leaders should adhere to.
Sophomore Owen Webster is living his childhood dream with Minnesota, but that was not always the case.
Webster transferred to Minnesota after a successful year on the mat with Division III Augsburg. Even though he had a good time at Augsburg, it was always a goal for Webster to wrestle at Minnesota, and now he is a starter in his first year with the team.
Cedar-Riverside is the only neighborhood in Minneapolis that had two organizations - which exist with the goal of improving the city's neighborhoods - apply for funding from the Neighborhood Revitalization Program.
The seventh seeded Gophers (28-5) will be playing in the Sweet 16 for the third time in as many years. Minnesota heads to Gainesville, Florida, where they play tenth seeded USC Friday at 6 p.m. This season marks the first time the Gophers are not the No. 2 seed in the bracket since 2014.