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Argentine photographer Gustavo Germano’s exhibition “Ausencias/Absences" opened at Regis Center for Art on Friday night. Brought to the University largely on behalf of Spanish and Portuguese Studies Professor Ana Forcinito, the photographs confront the state-enforced disappearances that took place during the 1960s to 1980s dictatorships in Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay.
Simply put, ranked-choice voting is complicated, even to voters who turnout in the election. However, do the concerns with the system fall on the system or the people? At the end of the day, just as it is up to the voter to know the candidates and then vote, it should be up to the voters to know the system.
Photographs, hung sparsely on the gallery walls of The White Page, depicted natural light in bare settings, gentle ripples in still water, lines of poetry and intimate portraits of women of color.
What if you could spread some holiday cheer and pay off your library fines or parking tickets at the same time? On some campuses and in cities across the country, it’s possible to indulge in the holiday spirit of giving by donating to food shelters, while also lessening your debt to the city or university through Food for Fines.
University of Minnesota students can expunge low-level crimes from their records by participating in a local community outreach program.
A week ago, I went to see the University of Minnesota Theatre Arts & Dance department’s production of In the Next Room, or The Vibrator Play.
Last week’s election results evoked mixed emotions from Ward 3 City Council candidate Ginger Jentzen and her campaign.
A proposed tax plan from the U.S. House Republican caucus would remove certain tax credits and deductions that aid college students.
The removals are part of a nearly $1.5 trillion GOP tax cut and reform package passed by the U.S. House Ways and Means Committee on Thursday. The two provisions give college students the opportunity to acquire a maximum benefit of up to $2,625 per year in tax-savings.
Two University of Minnesota senate meetings for students and faculty on Thursday highlighted sexual assault prevention tactics and a resolution regarding student parenting issues.
The album title might have made sense years ago, but today, Taylor Swift’s reputation as either celebrity or musician is painfully irrelevant. And if it’s meant to be ironic, it should at least be worth listening to.
Minnesota lost on Friday 5-4 in overtime, and tied 6-6 on Saturday against the Wolverines in Ann Arbor, Michigan this weekend, dropping their record to 7-4-1 this season.
The Gophers looked to grab hold of their spot in the upcoming race with the cross country NCAA Championships.
The Gophers, with a blend of new and returning talent, showed off what they were capable of in their season opener.
The Gophers finished fifth at the 2017 Midwest Regional Friday in Ames, Iowa, ending the team’s season. Senior Obsa Ali led the way for the team with a time of 29:23.06 on the 10 kilometer course and a 13th place finish, breaking head coach Steve Plasencia’s 41-year-old school record for the 10K in the process.
Published this month, Tranquillo’s research is awaiting Food and Drug Administration review and, if approved, will move to a human clinical trial. Experts hope the completely biological vascular grafts will eventually be used in place of synthetic blood vessels, which are known to cause adverse reactions in patients.
When the quarterback is playing his best game, chances are, the football team has its best game.
For quarterback Demry Croft and the Gophers, both were true on Saturday.
Croft rushed for a school record 183 yards with three touchdowns on just 10 carries in the win against Nebraska. Croft’s performance led to a Minnesota win against Nebraska, 54-21, at TCF Bank Stadium on Saturday.
Minnesota rebounded from last week's loss to surge back in its fifth win of the season Saturday.
The Gophers ran away with a victory against the Cornhuskers Saturday 54-21 in Minnesota’s second Big Ten win this year at TCF Bank Stadium.
“We needed to start fast," said head coach P.J. Fleck. "It's a big game for both [Minnesota and Nebraska]. Whoever strikes first you can take the spirit out of somebody else, and we did that.”
Forward Jordan Murphy left the court to the tune of a standing ovation from the crowd of Williams Arena in the first game of the regular season.
With a career-high 35 points, Murphy proved pivotal in the Gophers' (1-0) 92-77 win over the USC Upstate Spartans (0-1) at Williams Arena in Minneapolis on Friday.
Minnesota’s rivalry with Nebraska was renewed when the Cornhuskers joined the Big Ten In 2011, but the results haven’t gone the Gophers’ way since then.
The Cornhuskers beat Minnesota 24-17 in Nebraska last season. Minnesota (4-5, 1-5 Big Ten) has lost two consecutive Big Ten games, while Nebraska (4-5, 3-3 Big Ten) is 1-3 in its last four games.
Samuel Mukasa, dean of the University of Minnesota’s College of Science and Engineering, led a forum Wednesday on the current state of the school.
At the forum, hosted by the Science and Engineering Student Board, Mukasa addressed his consideration of another job and the diversity of the school’s student body.
Mukasa is one of three finalists for the provost and executive vice president for academic affairs position at the University of Connecticut.