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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.
Henna, Bollywood, ink paintings and jazz — the theme of Friday afternoon was art.
As part of their weekly meetings, Small World Coffee Hour hosted a special event in collaboration with the Weisman Art Museum and a handful of student groups to celebrate what art represents across cultures.
Once all votes were tallied Wednesday afternoon, a slate of newcomers emerged victorious over incumbent Minneapolis city council members.
When the Gophers found themselves down a goalie, they asked Sierra Smith to dress into unfamiliar gear and get behind the net.
Minnesota’s junior goaltender Eric Schierhorn has won seven of 10 games for the Gophers this season, and he has a chance to make it eight or nine against Michigan this weekend.
Various campus groups formed a student-safety committee in response to a report that revealed how some students feel unsafe at the University of Minnesota and its surrounding neighborhoods.
Vegan students will soon be able to voice their campus dining concerns directly with University of Minnesota officials.
In response to the declining Minnesota moose population, University researchers are studying possible factors contributing to the increase in mortality.
The environment around the University of Minnesota, from the fall foliage to the Mississippi River, reminds freshman Mackenzie Padington of home.
With the season winding down and the NCAA Midwest Regional on Friday, Charlie Lawrence will prepare for the final leg of his cross country career. Born and raised in Foley, Minnesota, he’s come a long way from the times when his mother, Mona Bommersbach, would coach him at Foley High School.
There aren't 125 Blake Cashmans on the Gophers' roster, but that's the goal for head coach P.J. Fleck.
For wide receiver Phillip Howard, patience is key this year.
Howard is in his first season playing for the Gophers, and by adjusting to the passing game, looks to continue to make headway against Minnesota’s next opponent, Nebraska. He has 103 yards receiving, which ranks third on the team.
This Thursday, as a part of its Sustainability Film Series, the University of Minnesota’s Institute on the Environment will screen “Luen Hai: Decoding the Connection,” a documentary that explores the trail of technological waste from Minneapolis to Hong Kong.
The Sioux Chef is a Twin Cities-based culinary group that focuses on reviving precolonial Native American food. Since opening in 2014, The Sioux Chef’s message has taken the form of a catering business, food education nonprofit, cookbook and upcoming restaurant.
City Council Member Jacob Frey was confirmed as the winner of Minneapolis's mayoral race Wednesday.
Frey claimed victory over Raymond Dehn in the fifth round of ranked-choice tabulation, with a total of 46,716. Dehn finished second with 34,971. Incumbent Betsy Hodges was eliminated after the forth round of tabulation.
Steve Fletcher has won the Ward 3 City Council race, defeating Socialist Alternative candidate Ginger Jentzen on the third-round of ranked-choice tabulation.
Fletcher received 4,861 votes, putting him over the top of the 4,797 votes needed for election.
The race was highly contested, with three candidates finishing election night’s first-choice ballot separated by 745 votes of the 9,592 total votes cast.
Incumbent Ward 6 City Council Member Abdi Warsame took over 50 percent of the first-choice votes on Tuesday night, narrowly beating opponent Mohamud Noor, who took 47 percent.
No clear winner emerged in the competitive Minneapolis Ward 3 city council race Tuesday night.
Four candidates ran a close race in the ward, which covers the Marcy-Holmes and Dinkytown neighborhoods. The council seat for the nearly 30,000-person district was left open by City Council Member Jacob Frey’s mayoral bid. Voters can expect an announcement with the winner Wednesday at the earliest, following rank-choice tabulation.