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In light of the anger and protest over commentator Lauren Southern’s invitation to speak on campus last semester, it is a reasonable expectation that the same sentiments will be displayed when conservative pundit Ben Shapiro comes to speak later this month. While there is no doubt many deplore the ideas of these and other speakers, certain trends exposed during the Southern protest hint that demonstrations may do little good.
The Gophers finished eighth in the Big Ten Match Play championship on Friday and Saturday in Palm Coast, Florida. All 14 Big Ten teams participated in the event. Minnesota was seeded fourth by Golfstat.
The new Snapchat update came for us like a jaguar in a "Planet Earth" clip stalking its prey in the jungle. We knew it was coming — Snapchat announced it November last year — just not when exactly it would show up. We tried to prevent it from happening by turning off auto-update, but it still found itself on our phones.
Demanding removal of works by artists that we consider immoral sets impossible standards for art institutions — but ignoring the problem isn’t a viable option either.
I have not yet seen sufficient evidence to suggest the University of Minnesota is attempting to “quarantine” or silence Ben Shapiro. However, I am concerned that the University is allowing the heckler’s veto to triumph over free expression. A university that purports to value the free exchange of ideas cannot allow this to happen. There are thousands of students who want to hear Shapiro speak and engage with him in discussion. The University must make every effort to make that possible.
On Friday night, the Gophers (3-3) lost to undefeated Dartmouth 5-2. They followed that loss by beating Rice (3-3) the next day 6-1.
When senior Caroline Ryba took the court on Friday afternoon, she celebrated her 50th consecutive start in the Gophers' No. 1 singles position. For Ryba and the Gophers, the weekend could not have gone much better.
The Gophers (3-1, 2-1 Big Ten) defeated Illinois (4-1, 3-1 Big Ten) 408.00-406.50, ending the Fighting Illini's winning streak.
The worst thing about “Fifty Shades Freed” isn’t that it reinforces constrictive gender norms. It’s that it’s boring.
In the Gophers' first action since October, they finished 11th out of 12 teams in the tournament that was held at Don Veller Seminole Golf Course in Tallahassee, Florida on Friday and Saturday.
Reservations at your favorite restaurant all booked on Wednesday? Looking to save some money, even on the most romantic day of the year? The solution is to cook your Valentine’s Day meal at home. You can customize the meal entirely to your liking, and you’ll get the added bonus of bonding with your date while chopping garlic and melting chocolate.
A project led by the West Bank Business Association aims to attract local artists to design functional and culturally-relevant art along Cedar Avenue. Local artists and community members gathered at WBBA meetings last week to discuss the project and how to receive financial assistance for their work.
Former radio host Garrison Keillor was removed from the University of Minnesota’s Scholars Walk following a recent sexual harassment scandal.
Athletes Village is officially done with construction. Every team that has wanted to move into the new facility is settled in.
Three new buildings, costing $166 million in total, have gone up on top of and around the old Bierman Field Athletic Building. One other facility — the track and field stadium — is expected to be finished by some point in the fall, a Gophers spokesperson said.
Minnesota's offense looked as good as it has all year, coming alive to complete the sweep of Wisconsin in its own arena.
No. 12 Minnesota (18-13-1, 9-10-1 Big Ten) defeated No. 17 Wisconsin (14-15-3, 8-11-2-1 Big Ten) with an offensive explosion in a 7-1 win Saturday.
Another game came down to the wire for Minnesota.
No. 12 Minnesota (17-13-1, 8-10-1 Big Ten) took down No. 17 Wisconsin (14-14-3, 8-10-2-1 Big Ten) 4-2 Friday night thanks to some heroics from its captain.
The Gophers fell 80-56 to Indiana (14-12, 7-7 Big Ten) at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall, as the team watches their NCAA Tournament hopes dwindle.
The University of Minnesota Board of Regents discussed a potential tuition increase, a new sexual misconduct initiative and institutional risks, among other topics, at its meetings Thursday and Friday.
The meeting Friday was also interrupted by a group voicing opposition to proposed student conduct code changes.
Controversy over the location of a conservative speaker prompted University of Minnesota officials to call a press conference to clear the air Friday afternoon.
The University held the conference at Northrop Auditorium to explain why Ben Shapiro, a prominent conservative scheduled to speak Feb. 26, would be hosted on the St. Paul campus later this month.
The Gophers pulled off a road victory Thursday, which brought them one step closer to making the NCAA Tournament.
Minnesota defeated Purdue 78-74 at Mackey Arena. The win put them ahead of the Boilermakers in the Big Ten Conference standings.