Final: Minnesota 48 – New Mexico State 10
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Final: Minnesota 48 – New Mexico State 10
The Gophers come off of a promising home opener beating New Mexico State 48-10. The new starting quarterback Zack Annexstad proved to be capable at running the offense with 220 passing yards going 16-33 in completions with two touchdowns and no interceptions.
Last fall, when orange leaves started to make their gentle tumble out of the trees, I visited the office of a favorite professor to discuss an assignment I was having trouble with. I took my place in the spare chair next to the door of his office and, after lifting some papers off the seat, he sat in the worn leather lounging chair next to his bookcase.
Minneapolis tends to be a consumer-friendly city. Compared to its large urban counterparts, the city ranks as the most bikeable, the second healthiest and the fourth most vegan-friendly in the nation. Not only does the city care for the health and well-being of its residents, but being environmentally friendly should be a top priority for such a progressive metropolitan area.
The Minnesota Daily sports staff chatted with Robert Kuwada, a sports reporter from The Fresno Bee, about the Gophers' upcoming Saturday game against the Fresno State Bulldogs.
It’s the night before the first day of class. You’re planning the outfit that’ll impress the crush you think is in your class this semester ... but you’ve worn all this stuff before.
When sophomore goalkeeper Maddie Nielsen learned that she would be Minnesota's starter for the 2018 season, she said she was ready to take on the responsibility.
Smoke from western wildfires has been traced almost 1,500 miles away, as several students have reported respiratory issues at the end of the summer in Minnesota.
The City of Minneapolis is taking a community-centered approach to address the opioid crisis by bringing together experts and community members, including those from the University of Minnesota.
The Review of Higher Education temporarily halted submissions last month, a decision that is affecting researchers at schools across the country, including the University of Minnesota.
As a native of Iowa — which has its own extravagant state fair tradition — I was not planning on attending this year’s Minnesota State Fair, assuming that all state fairs are practically identical.
Waking from hibernation after a year filled with solo projects, beloved Minnesota rap crew Doomtree is getting back together this Friday, Sept. 7. for Doomtree Forest, a night of everything local — from the food trucks to the Familia Skateshop HQ venue to, of course, the music.
No. 1 Minnesota is just one year removed from two consecutive Final Four appearances, but one of the only players who remains from that time is in her last season.
After a brief stint off campus, a fraternity is currently in the process of reestablishing itself at the University of Minnesota.
The University of Minnesota recently updated its online sexual assault prevention training, tailoring it to adult-learners and graduate students.
As the Patrick and Aimee Butler Curator of Paintings at the Minneapolis Institute of Art, creating an exhibit championing artists from Chicago had been on Robert Cozzolino's mind for a long time.
Friday: Midnight Madness: “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World”
A new way to consume your University of Minnesota news will hit airwaves on Thursday.
Last week, my Twitter feed was a hellscape of animations of the horrifying, banal nursery rhyme, "Johny Johny Yes Papa." The song — and its seemingly endless set of iterations — follows Johny, a sneaky kid who eats sugar, lies to his parents and gets away with it every time.
Throughout United States’ history, the standard representation of our country’s citizens have been white men. While there has always been a need for diversity and inclusion in our government, minorities have not been welcomed with open arms in positions of mainstream political power.