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The departure of pitcher Brian Glowicki, who ran out of eligibility last year and was drafted by the Chicago Cubs, left the Gophers with a void to fill at closer. Glowicki's 16 saves was a record number in a season for Minnesota. The Gophers may have found a new closer for this season — freshman Max Meyer.
GoldPASS, the University of Minnesota’s career networking database, will get a digital facelift at the end of April.
GoldPASS will be powered by the software service provider Handshake starting April 30. The website is anticipated to have a more modern appearance and user-friendly interface. This change will also feature app accessibility for GoldPASS, allowing users to connect to the platform on their phones.
After a few weekends of work, Allie Arneson is back in the swing of the season.
The Gophers (17-11) begin Big Ten play this weekend against Northwestern in Evanston, Illinois and their roster is closer to full strength with Arneson back in the fold.
Six current and former Gophers players helped the U.S. team win gold on Feb. 21-22 in PyeongChang, South Korea during the 2018 Olympics. Those players have since returned to the U.S. and stayed busy in the weeks that have followed.
Although Muslims are at the center of attention in the media, the public and even at the dinner table, they are rarely involved in these discussions. From conservatives who try to restrict Muslims from entering the United States to liberals who strive to “save” Muslim women, debates and conversations about Muslims occur regularly, but Muslims are not being invited.
Some University of Minnesota students called for a more specific campus building renaming policy during a Tuesday meeting with the President’s and Provost’s Advisory Committee on University History.
Entering the final day of the men’s hockey conference tournaments, Minnesota looked like a lock to make the NCAA Tournament. To fall far enough in the Pairwise Rankings (the rankings which determine the at-large bids for the tournament field), the Gophers would need the outcomes of six games to go against them. The odds of that happening were slim, yet in a stroke of misfortune that could only be inflicted on perhaps the unluckiest sports communities in the world, exactly that happened.
There are numerous issues in having a politically motivated protest be facilitated by school administration. Firstly, it undermines the value in student-led civil engagement. Students are receiving massive coverage and being praised for their bravery and activism, when in reality they are only participating in school sanctioned events. I doubt students will learn anything about civil engagement or grassroots activism if they are only following directions.
The NCAA raised academic standards for student-athletes, but it’s not enough. If you’re not a student-athlete, it’s difficult to put yourself in the shoes that some of them run around in all day. Let’s try to do that here.
The ACEC must change aspects of the election process to ensure that the bias of mismanagement does not affect the results. If the ACEC takes its vital function on campus with enthusiasm, lackluster attendance and turnout are simple facts of an election. However, given all the problems with this year’s election process, the deficiencies are too hard to ignore.
Rep. Ilhan Omar, DFL-Minneapolis, and Sen. Kari Dziedzic, DFL-Minneapolis, have introduced bills in their respective chambers that would require landlords to make leases more transparent. Members of the University of Minnesota’s Minnesota Student Association worked with Omar and Dziedzic to draft the measures.
Earlier this month, the College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences created the Partnership Outreach Coordinator position and hired Brandon Roiger, a 2016 University graduate.
A University of Minnesota nutrition education program could see large cuts if a long-debated federal budget is passed. On March 15, Democrats in the House Agriculture Committee sent a letter to ranking member Rep. Collin Peterson requesting a halt in negotiation on the Farm Bill.
Regent Patricia Simmons announced on March 7 her intention to resign from the board later this spring, which many say will leave an expertise gap. She was first elected to the board in 2003, then again in 2009 and 2015, and served a two-year term as Chair of the Board of Regents — serving in total for more than 15 years.
A new technology from the University of Minnesota could help both farmers and the environment by making fertilizer application more efficient.
David Loranger, a professor in the retail merchandising program who’s gone from working in the industry (read: Bergdorf Goodman) to teaching in apparel departments, and his student Ian Harris gave us a run-down of what’ll be hot once the weather warms up.
Sometimes you really want to go out to eat. But most of the time you shouldn’t — whether the reason be money or about-to-expire-ingredients sitting in your kitchen.
Three graduates of the Creative Writing MFA program will return to campus at the University of Minnesota to share their first-ever books. Sally Franson, Jon Lurie and Isaac Butler will be at the Weisman Art Museum this Thursday at 7 p.m. to read from their books.
Mancera is 13-4 in singles play during the spring season on the women's tennis team and plays predominantly in the No. 4 position. She went 6-10 in the No. 3 spot last season, her first year with the Gophers.
When the 400-yard medley relay starts at the NCAA championships, freshman Tom Donker will be the first in the water for Minnesota.