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Spoiler Alert: This story contains plot and character information from the second season of Netflix's "Stranger Things."
This was a weekend for binge-watching. If you skipped the Halloween parties to hide from the snow and stare at a screen for nine hours straight, read on.
This weekend marked Netflix’s return to the Upside Down, where Hawkins faces a bigger threat than the Demogorgon: the Shadow Monster.
From Oct. 6 to Oct. 20, the four members of the Minnesota Daily’s editorial board interviewed 10 candidates for the Minneapolis mayoral and city council races at the Daily’s office.
Minnesota (4-3, 1-3 Big Ten) is facing Iowa (4-3,1-3 Big Ten) Saturday for the Floyd of Rosedale trophy.
The game will feature another shot for quarterback Demry Croft, who is listed as a co-starter on the depth chart. The Gophers haven’t won in Iowa City since 1999, when Glen Mason was the head coach of the team.
For this weekly column, the Minnesota Daily talks to somebody knowledgeable on the Gophers next opponent. This week, Minnesota will play Iowa at Kinnick Stadium. We talked to Scott Dochterman, a Land of 10 reporter for the Iowa Hawkeyes for insight into this week’s game.
Dochterman has covered Iowa football the last 12 years, and for Land of 10 for a little over a year. He is a senior writer at the publication.
For the fifth time this season, Minnesota (11-4-3, 7-3-1 Big Ten) took its opponent into overtime. This time around, the Gophers scored in 101st minute Wednesday night against Nebraska (9-5-5, 3-3-5 Big Ten) in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Forward Julianna Gernes scored her ninth goal of the season with nine minutes left to play in the second overtime, giving Minnesota a 1-0 victory. Midfielder Molly Fiedler and forward Kellie McGahn earned assists. Gernes said she was frustrated that she couldn't score in regulation.
Maturi Pavilion was rocking, and the No. 5 Gophers had a winning streak on the line.
Minnesota (20-2, 9-2 Big Ten) beat Illinois 3-2 on Wednesday evening in a five-set win for the team’s eighth consecutive victory.
Whether it's offense or defense, forward Jack Ramsey has been a solid contributor.
Ramsey has tallied two points and has blocked shots in key times for the Gophers as the team heads into their face-off against Clarkson at 3M Arena at Mariucci this weekend, Minnesota’s fifth opponent, and fifth rankedopponent of the season.
Less than half of college students are aware that the First Amendment protects hate speech, and about a third of those believe hate speech shouldn't be protected, according to a new survey of students’ opinions on campus expression.
It’s appalling that vaccines for health providers are not mandatory. When patients enter a clinic or any other health provider facility, they ought to expect a safe environment without having to worry about getting illnesses from the staff that works there.
When I joined the legions of iPhone users in 2015, one of the first things I did was download Instagram. Shortly after that, friends nudged to “follow my secret Insta.” Guilelessly, I did, and made my own while I was at it. My first post featured me alone at my reception job, imitating a video of someone painfully covering Ed Sheeran’s "Thinking Out Loud."
It’s been almost a year since Twitter shut down Vine, yet its cultural fruit remains a kind of internet delicacy. A scroll through my Twitter timeline always surfaces a #RIPVine thread, and a dorm neighbor quotes iconic Vines like a bearded, wire-rimmed glasses-wearing poetry professor recites Shakespeare’s sonnets.
The Triple Rock’s Facebook post announcing the news received over 4,000 reactions, and fans of the venue are left wondering where to turn next.
“The Vibrator Play” was originally written and published by playwright Sarah Ruhl in 2009.
This production is directed by Kate Powers, who came to the University last fall to teach a course on women in theater. An all-female crew has been putting the show together since spring.
The 4-H Foundation may soon be dissolved into the University of Minnesota Foundation in favor of a new funding system.
On Oct. 13, University of Minnesota Extension brought a resolution to the Board of Regents to change its existing funding structures for the state’s 4-H programs.
Sophomore Thomas Longbella and the Gophers men’s golf team saved their best event for the last in the fall season.
The Gophers had their best finish of the fall as a team coming in third out of 13 teams with a score of four under, as they competed in the Royal Oaks Intercollegiate at the Royal Oaks Country Club in Dallas, Texas on Monday and Tuesday. They played three rounds and in a different format, the golfers from each team played with each other.
The Gophers running backs have a situation they are used to — splitting time and finding success.
When the Gophers go down to Iowa to meet the Hawkeyes for the two teams’ 111th matchup, the Gophers will play all three of their running backs. The three backs, Rodney Smith, Shannon Brooks and Kobe McCrary have produced in different games for the Gophers. The trio has been together since the start of the 2016 season, and the backs have filled in for one another throughout.
For sophomore Maria Eastman, running cross country has been a journey filled with hard work and high hopes.
After improving in each state race out of high school, she found herself on Iowa's cross country team. Since then, she has transferred to Minnesota and looks to make the travel squad by the end of the season.
Playing two goaltenders is a problem head coach Brad Frost is fine having.
Redshirt senior Sidney Peters and freshman Alex Gulstene have both seen quality ice time this season as the Gophers are 5-2-1 on the season and starting to get hot after sweeps of Bemidji and Duluth on the road. Peters has played in four games this season and won three, while Gulstene has played in five games and holds a record of 2-1-1. Peters has a save percentage of .909, while Gulstene holds a percentage of .915.
Head coach Kelly Kremer's men's and women's swim and dive teams will come prepared for a Big Ten rival Friday.
Minnesota's next meet is against Iowa at 5 p.m. in Iowa City, Iowa. It's been more than six years since either the Minnesota men's or women's swim team has lost a meet to Iowa. The men's teams last loss against Iowa came in fall of 2011, when Iowa won 160.5-139.5.
Recently awarded the UMN Alumni of Notable Achievement Award for his work as a filmmaker and media entrepreneur, Ian Truitner was in town to see his film to its final destination at the Twin Cities Film Fest. The theater graduate sat down with A&E to discuss his past, the present and film’s future.