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Standing ground and sticking to liberal principles and policies may gain Democrats a political advantage in the upcoming 2018 midterms. However, right now, the battle wages to stop the deportation of DACA recipients, renew the Child Health Insurance Program and many other policy issues. Democrats, now more than ever, must decide if the long-term is more important than the short-term, and the issue is far from black and white.
Research is about advancing knowledge, contributing to society and changing lives. This is why our Scholar’s Walk depicts great ideas, discoveries and inventions, not funding ledgers. These are testaments to the creativity, dedication and ingenuity of our research community, the faculty, staff and students driven to know more and push the boundaries of what’s possible.
The 2004 Olympics was a big event for Hannah Hitchcock.
Hitchcock wasn't competing in the games, she was watching them. She saw Carly Patterson win gold for the United States in the all-around exercise. After that, Hitchcock was inspired — she knew she loved gymnastics.
Sometimes a piece of art just speaks to you. Entrants of “ArtWords,” an annual contest put on by the Weisman Art Museum, are encouraged to transcribe whatever it is they hear.
Post-doctoral associates at the University of Minnesota are finally getting an office in Johnston Hall specific to their needs.
The new office initiative was introduced early last year and has been in the planning stages for close to a year.
“Mysterious Beauty,” presented by the College of Design, features work by artist Thomas Rose. The free exhibit will be open to the public at the library gallery until March 23.
Developer Go Gopher Rentals, LLC is looking to construct a 27-unit micro-apartment building in the neighborhood. The micro-unit complex would be the second of its kind in Marcy-Holmes if approved by the City of Minneapolis. But the project has drawn criticism from local residents concerned about its effect on area parking.
The University of Minnesota Board of Regents will vote on a resolution aimed at improving retention and recruitment of underrepresented students at its February meeting.
Gov. Mark Dayton proposed a $1.5 billion bonding bill on Tuesday that includes nearly $300 million in spending for the University of Minnesota campuses.
Dayton’s public works package matches the University’s entire 2018 capital request of $238.5 million, plus an additional $60 million for critical facilities maintenance and the design of a new clinical research facility on the University’s Twin Cities campus.
Defensive backs coach and newly appointed assistant head coach Maurice Linguist departed from Minnesota to become an assistant coach at Texas A&M University.
In its 11 years, the dance company Black Label Movement has collaborated with dancers, musicians, visual artists, composers and even biomedical engineers. As Black Label Movement moves into the next phase of its artistry in the Ritz Theater, the company chose to honor this history of collaboration.
All across the country, people are finding bodies in cars, on the streets and in bedrooms. They are of many ages, genders and social classes and they are the latest victims of our country’s opioid epidemic. Since the 1990s, pharmaceutical companies have been heavily and often misleadingly marketing opioid drugs to doctors as a cure for all pain. In turn, doctors began to write too many prescriptions of the highly addictive drugs.
As we all begin to settle into 2018, the excitement and determination we have to stick to our New Year’s resolutions can wane. If you’re struggling, you’re not alone — 80 percent of people give up on their resolutions before the second week of February.
Ward 8 Minneapolis City Council Member Andrea Jenkins gained national recognition in November when she became the first openly transgender black woman elected to public office.
A new Minneapolis City Council committee will focus on boosting the city’s affordable housing stock.
The formation of a new Housing Policy and Development committee was announced last week with the approval of other standing committees and new council leadership. The HPD committee will have primary oversight on current and future affordable housing policies.
The Minnesota men's basketball team will play its 21st game of the season against Maryland Thursday. In the meantime, Gophers starting center Reggie Lynch will practice with the team while he appeals a two-year suspension and expulsion for two sexual misconduct violations that allege sexual assault.
Plans for a large-scale development project in Marcy-Holmes are now moving forward after developers successfully appealed a denial from the Minneapolis Heritage Preservation Commission.
Staff at the University of Minnesota’s Bell Museum of Natural History are busy installing new exhibits and dioramas ahead of the new facility’s anticipated summer 2018 opening on the St. Paul campus.
Freshman Jamir Harris earned his first career start on his birthday against Penn State.
Harris scored 16 points in 36 minutes, both career highs, which helped the Gophers earn a present with their 95-84 overtime victory on Monday at Bryce Jordan Center.
The Fighting Illini started the dual by going up 12-8. Losses and a point deduction on the bench, it looked like Minnesota was well on its way to a second straight conference loss.
Then, the comeback was on.