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Minneapolis city planners and local neighborhood organizations are developing long-term plans to shape the city’s future.
Several community engagement events mark the start of a new phase in the Minneapolis 2040 visioning process, which will influence the physical and economic development of the city in its 20-year comprehensive plan.
While Santa might have his naughty and nice lists, in some places there's more for misbehaving children to fear on Christmas than a handful of coal from the jolly red man. Anyone familiar with Alpine traditions (or the 2015 horror movie based on them) knows about Krampus, a beast who accompanies Saint Nicholas around the holiday season. In the greater Twin Cities area, a collective of Krampus fans is bringing that tradition to life.
Both Minnesota teams finished in first place ahead of Iowa, the only other university competing this weekend.
Minnesota should take tangible steps to improve native rights
In general, fans need to consider their behavior toward their idols. I’m not saying that we need to stop producing fan content, but I am saying that we need to be respectful and considerate about the way we create and disseminate it.
The event, fueled by energy drinks and take-out food, was a competitive opportunity to be seen by professional esports recruiters for some. For others, like Chuck Baarsch, the event was more of a family affair.
In 2003, Tommy Wiseau released “The Room,” a ferociously passionate melodrama that he wrote, directed, produced and starred in. His hope was to gain Hollywood’s recognition, and he succeeded, but not as he intended.
This weekend, “The Disaster Artist” hit the screen of the Uptown Theatre. The movie, directed by James Franco (who also stars as Wiseau), is based on the memoir of the same name by Greg Sestero (who plays ‘Mark’ in “The Room”).
Naturally, the assumptions people make about you based on your major are derived from vague stereotypes they hold about different fields of study, and can therefore feel very reductive. College students themselves might pick a major due to their own preconceived notions about what certain majors mean, or because they’re influenced by the preconceptions of others.
The No. 6 Gophers (14-5-1) beat Bemidji State (6-10-2) 3-2 in a tightly contested battle on Friday night at Ridder Arena. Minnesota lost 4-2 in its next game against the Beavers on Saturday.
Stress and depression impact the food parents serve their families, according to a University of Minnesota study published Nov. 22.
Around 80 spectators filled a room in Walter Library Friday morning to watch four students give their three-minute speeches for the University’s second annual Three Minute Thesis competition.
Soo Visual Arts Center (SooVAC) opened its doors Friday morning to celebrate the first day of the center's annual Artists Holiday Shop. Located just off of Lyndale Avenue in Uptown, the shop features a variety of prints, paintings, handmade jewelry, ceramics, sculpture and more within a wide price range.
The Minnesota Daily met with University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler for this year’s final monthly interview on Friday, Dec. 1.
Wednesday night, Trylon Cinema quickly sold out as University of Minnesota alumnus and adjunct professor Sam Hoolihan presented “Silence with Sound,” a collection of Super 8 and 16-mm films. The highlight of the evening was Hoolihan’s most recent work, “Stasis & Motion,” a 16-mm film consisting of three black and white projections, as well as live vocals and music by local artists John Marks and Crystal Myslajek.
The Gophers defeated the Northern Iowa Panthers (27-8) 3-1 in the second round of the NCAA tournament Saturday night at Maturi Pavilion. The Gophers won the first set 25-18, lost the second 25-20, won the third 25-19 and won the fourth set 25-17.
Minnesota advanced to the second round of the NCAA tournament Friday night with a 3-0 sweep over North Dakota at the Maturi Pavilion. The Gophers won the first set 25-20, the second set 25-15 and the third set 25-21.
Tears streamed down Teri Douglas’ face as she joined the full Northrop Auditorium of students, faculty, researchers and family members of the people who chose to donate their bodies through the University of Minnesota Anatomy Bequest Program.
The Service of Gratitude, which took place on Nov. 8, is an annual memorial put on by the University of Minnesota Anatomy Bequest Program which honors the individuals who donate their bodies to science. Douglas lost her wife, Colleen “Cookie” DuPay, in late September 2017 to idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, a lung condition that has no cure. After hearing from a family member who donated, the couple signed up to be whole body donors a few years earlier.
Minnesota is trying to reach the Final Four for the third consecutive season when it takes on North Dakota at 7 p.m. at the Maturi Pavillion Friday.
The No. 7 Gophers have been relying on strong play from their underclassmen this season. They don't have as much experience as previous teams, however, their youth has provided them with an unknown ceiling.
The Falcon Heights City Council is taking steps to impose a fee that would apply to the University of Minnesota’s St. Paul campus — currently a tax-exempt property.
The franchise fee would bring Falcon Heights about $130,000 each year. The city has seen an increase in the cost of law enforcement because of their new contract through Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office.
The University of Minnesota will change its fetal tissue research policies next fall in response to a change in state law.
Pending final administrative approval, the new policy will require researchers to justify the use of fetal tissue from elective abortions, as well as submit research applications to additional review boards. The state law mandating these changes followed an unsuccessful 2016 suit against the University alleging illegal research practices.