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Dinkytown business owners and managers are voicing concern over a lack of surveillance in the neighborhood.
Many owners say area nightlife can be unsafe for employees and customers due to inadequate security monitoring. Business owners are calling for the installation of more security cameras in response to the concerns.
Campus law enforcement agencies met at the University of Minnesota’s Recreation and Wellness Center Tuesday to discuss rallies and free speech issues on campus.
The “When Hate Comes to Campus” event, hosted by the University and put on by the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators, aimed to train campus police on how to handle potential on-campus demonstrations.
A storied rivalry will be renewed for the 20th season this coming weekend when two programs that have combined for 12 national championships meet in Duluth.
The No. 7 Gophers travel north to take on the No. 8 University of Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs. Since 1997, when they first began their programs, the Gophers have 600 program wins, while Duluth has 423. Both teams come into the series having suffered losses. Minnesota comes in with record of 3-2-1, while Duluth comes into the game with a record of 2-4-0.
This week, the Minnesota Daily talked with Sarah Potomak. Potomak ranked second among Gophers hockey players in goals and assists last season. Since then, she has taken an Olympic redshirt in an attempt to make the Canadian National Team's final roster.
Last Saturday ASAP Rocky, ASAP Nast, ASAP Ant, and ASAP Twelvyy, members of the a New York City hip-hop collective A$AP Mob performed to a sold-out crowd at Skyway Theatre in Minneapolis, one of twenty stops along their North American “Too Cozy Tour.”
Yoga may be effective in preventing weight gain, according to a University of Minnesota study published this month.
This past week, the University's Board of Regents adopted a series of changes to their policy, including the provision of written notice of allegations, the allowance of the accused to respond in writing or in a hearing to their accusations and a redefinition of a student who “assists or abets” sexual misconduct. The impetus for the latter change was the general council’s suggestion that the former language allowed disproportionate disciplinary action to more students than was appropriate.
Defender Tori Burnett played in just two games her freshman year.
Now in her senior season, she has started every game and helped the defense hold Minnesota's opponents to just 13 goals this season.
Minnesota lawmakers are considering policies that would protect the data of K-12 students.
On Tuesday, members of the Legislative Commission on Data Practices conducted a detailed overview of two pieces of legislation that would protect the private information of K-12 students. The House and Senate bills are designed to ensure privacy protections and update current laws some lawmakers say are outdated.
St. Paul is considering an ordinance that would include menthol flavored tobacco products in the city’s existing flavor regulations. This groundbreaking policy would set our city apart when it comes to tackling health inequities that result from tobacco-related diseases. Unfortunately, the tobacco industry is using money and scare tactics to try to defeat the measure.
Ward 3 Minneapolis City Council Candidate Samantha Pree-Stinson said she dreams of a city that’s equitable for all.
Jackson Allen, a Shakopee, Minnesota native, has seen his dreams come true since arriving at the University of Minnesota.
Allen ranked 19th best in his recruiting class before coming to Minnesota and 31st in the United States Tennis Association 18-and-under rankings. Allen earned all-conference accolades five times and won the 2016 Minnesota class 2A championship in 2016. He also earned a scholarship from the Gophers for his efforts.
Just a month ago, the quarterback controversy looked settled and the job was Conor Rhoda’s, but that may not be the case anymore.
Minnesota attempted a fourth-quarter comeback only to get within three points in a 30-27 loss to Michigan State, and that comeback was largely led by quarterback Demry Croft.
Boynton Health added the Transgender Health clinic as part of an effort to improve services for transgender members of the University of Minnesota community this summer.
The effort started with a Boynton audit that examined health disparities and needs among LGBT patients, along with best practices to address them. Some University employees said the center — which offers services like hormone therapy and sexual health care — makes high-quality care more accessible to transgender people at the University.
Like his brothers and father before him, Thomas Barber is shining with the Gophers.
Barber, a sophomore linebacker, leads the Gophers defense with 52 tackles this year. He had 16 in last week’s game against No. 18 Michigan State.
All three candidates vying for a seat on the Minneapolis Park Board want to make the parks system more accessible to students.
The race for the District 1 park board commissioner position, which covers several University of Minnesota neighborhoods, will be decided on Nov. 7.
One of the biggest reasons I came to the Twin Cities for college is the vibrant theater scene. West Bank alone is home to The Southern Theater, Theatre in the Round and Mixed Blood Theatre Company. In the long list of amazing companies here, there’s one I’m just getting to know that I hope has been written about many times over: Theater Mu.
The NCAA is a particularly strong and concerning case of educational neglect in college athletics. The regulatory agency controls college athletics, but has demonstrated time after time it has no regard for the minds of its athletes.
The unproven players are proving themselves – except on the power play.
No. 8 Minnesota will play its longtime arch-rival No. 4 North Dakota this weekend, and the Gophers' scoring is largely one-sided four games into the season. Nine different players have goals, with seven of them coming solely in five-on-five situations.
Students living on or near the University of Minnesota's St. Paul campus may no longer have to make the trek to Minneapolis if they need accommodations while taking exams.
At a forum this month, the Minnesota Student Association members announced they would pursue the creation of a new disability testing center in St. Paul.