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On Feb. 26, the U.S. Supreme Court began hearing arguments for Janus v. AFSCME. Mark Janus is an Illinois public employee, and, since he is not a union member, he protests his legal requirement to pay the fee that covers the cost of his union representation. The defendant, the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, with 1.6 million members is the biggest public-employee trade union in the U.S.
Erika Guenther is a student at the University of Minnesota
The 2017 Academy Awards ceremony is now infamous for the “Moonlight”-“La La Land” fiasco. Will the drama this year be as monumental? Probably not.
Turns out the recently opened (and super popular) cat cafe boasts a baker’s dozen when it comes to kitties in their cohort. Fluffy and good-naturedly ferocious, these cats come from no-kill shelters throughout the Twin Cities: No Kitten Left Behind MN, Ruff Start Rescue and Pet Project Rescue.
To find out what the life of a dance student is really like, Junior BFA dance major Katie Kummerow shared her school experience.
Someone you know definitely has a car, and they sell mini drink umbrellas at Target.
Buy the snacks, set up the collaborative Spotify playlist and get going. There are, indeed, more destinations in the world than the St. Paul campus. There are more roads than 4th and University.
The Gophers finished their season with a loss to the last seed in the Big Ten tournament
University of Minnesota researchers presented results from two years of research on Twin Cities gentrification at a forum Friday.
Minnesota has been the birthplace for a number of important creations, such as Scotch tape, the automatic toaster and now, miniature brains.
About $1.4 million in student service fees was distributed last week to 94 student groups to fund operations and programs this semester at the University of Minnesota. Continuing a re-structured application process, funding included requests for a mental health expansion at Boynton Health, a continuation of the men’s engagement coordinator at the Aurora Center and money for a NASA Robotic Mining Competition.
Gender dysphoria may impact the way children learn speech patterns, according to new research from the University of Minnesota.
Mitchell Hoenig was a junior in the College of Biological Science majoring in biochemistry.
Three candidates seeking presidency of the University of Minnesota’s Professional Student Government debated their platforms and ideas Monday night at Anderson Hall.
As conservative commentator Ben Shapiro’s presence on campus was met by protesters in St. Paul, about 40 people gathered on the West Bank at the University of Minnesota to hear presentations and discuss ideas opposing Shapiro’s view.
Conservative commentator Ben Shapiro spoke to a packed ballroom of nearly 400 students on the University of Minnesota’s St. Paul campus on Monday.
Around two dozen protestors gathered on the University of Minnesota’s St. Paul campus Monday night to voice disapproval of conservative speaker Ben Shapiro.
Minnesota was back in action for the first time since the Big Ten Match Play. It traveled down to Houston to play in a golf-dual meet against the Cougars. Minnesota lost to Houston in the head-to-head battle on Saturday. The Gophers had a total score of 382, while the Cougars had a score of 357.
"We were really struggling to score," head coach Richard Pitino told reporters. "When all things are not clicking for us, it's very, very challenging. We're easy to guard right now."
“I could not be more thrilled for our players to have this opportunity to go into the Big Ten tournament," head coach Marlene Stollings said. "A double bye for the first time in 10 years.”
Lou Gehrig’s, medically known as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, is a degenerative disease that often results in loss of speech. To combat this, the Team Gleason foundation, an ALS advocacy organization, announced late last month that it's helping fund a voice recording procedure in Minnesota.