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College campuses have represented a direct reflection of liberal values in recent years, and in turn, universities have somewhat disregarded their conservative student body. We will only continue to further polarize and diminish the opinions of those we disagree with if we continue down this path.
After the University of Minnesota voted last year to raise tuition for out-of-state students, two recruiters were hired to bring students from the East Coast and the South to the Midwest.
Bobby Hahn does something remarkable in his Feb. 12 letter to the editor of the Minnesota Daily. He asks whether it makes sense for University of Minnesota students to protest Ben Shapiro’s Feb. 26 visit to campus without actually mentioning the substance of Shapiro’s views. I don’t know whether Ben Shapiro is a white supremacist, but his inability to empathize with the pain and suffering of black and brown people has been well-documented.
A group of around 1,000 University of Minnesota faculty and staff are piloting a new, mandatory sexual misconduct training.
The Vescio family has served pasta and pizza to Dinkytown residents for more than 60 years.
Southeast Como residents have noticed a spike in neighborhood traffic with the arrival of new businesses.
While longtime favorites like Black Coffee and Waffle Bar and Manning’s continue to serve residents, new restaurants like Blue Door Pub and Ramen Kazama are quickly piling in.
Around 20 students gathered at the west entrance of the University of Minnesota’s Morrill Hall Wednesday afternoon to sing songs, sign valentines and advocate for a $15 minimum wage for University student workers. Though the students attempted to march into President Eric Kaler’s office, they were barred from entering Morrill Hall by police officers.
We believe that student groups ought to follow a methodological and rigorous process to identify the candidate that best aligns with their values. This rigorous process should involve a discussion with the entire student body of the group, and not simply the one or two few leaders that are on the student board. This is important, because after all, the student group represents the opinion of the entire organization with their endorsement.
Amber Fiser could find herself as one of the Gophers top pitchers this season. Before No. 14 Minnesota takes on its toughest opponents yet — Notre Dame and No. 8 Florida State at the Big Ten/ACC Challenge this weekend — Fiser made the case to pitch for Minnesota more often.
In a year where the Gophers have needed players to step into bigger roles, Skarzynski has shown she has been up to the challenge. Skarzynski has accrued 24 points so far with one more series to play against No. 1 Wisconsin this weekend.
Minnesota has fought through numerous injuries en route to an 7-6 overall record.
Going in to the dual against Rider, Minnesota has yet to have its first-team wrestlers in action at the same time. That won’t change on Sunday.
Music is a noble passion, and playing piano in particular is a wonderful pursuit. Music is said to heal as many people as medicine does, and the piano is one of the most versatile and expressive instruments at our disposal. It’s a wonderful thing to practice.
But does it really have to be in Lind Hall?
After facing the critical eyes of Heidi Klum and Nina Garcia on season 16 of “Project Runway,” Minneapolis native Samantha Rei is staying busy in the Twin Cities — her still life collection entitled Vanitas opened yesterday and her collaborative photo series "Harmonic Convergence" opened on Saturday.
Following advocacy from University of Minnesota student and employee groups, a top University committee will vote on a new parental leave policy draft early next month.
Leggings with sensors and thermal clothing are among the ongoing projects at the University of Minnesota’s Wearable Technology Lab, which seeks to combine clothing with technology.
A gas leak near Harvard Street and Delaware Street at the University of Minnesota prompted a shutdown of Harvard Street from East River Parkway to Washington Avenue Southeast.
Gov. Mark Dayton and legislative leaders met Tuesday to preview the upcoming session before its Feb. 20 start date.
The hour-long forum, hosted by the Forum News Service at the Senate Office Building in St. Paul, focused on legislative priorities and legal conflicts between the executive and legislative branches.
A new University of Minnesota study will aim to understand what habitats are best for bees by leasing and planting land plots this summer.
Boynton introduced supply-filled carts to their patient care areas in response to focus groups that showed students value confidentiality in accessing safe sex supplies. The carts are stocked with Trojan standard condoms, snugger-fit condoms, Magnum condoms, water and silicone-based lubricants, safer sex and anal sex kits, dental dams and latex-free condoms.
The University of Minnesota broke ground on the $108.6 million Health Sciences Education Center on Tuesday.