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Residents in Cedar-Riverside, Seward and surrounding neighborhoods aren’t waiting until Election Day to cast their votes.
Minneapolis’ sixth ward has already broken its own record for absentee voting ahead of the Nov. 7 election. As of Oct. 19, 2,607 absentee ballots had been tallied in Ward 6, nearly 1,000 more than in 2013. Officials say the community has become more active due to greater political representation.
Last year, brothers Brendan and Andy Stermer had a vision to get people from all walks of life interested in poetry through a podcast.
Now, the brothers have officially launched “Interesting People Reading Poetry” from the safety of their bedrooms.
Research detailing a new approach developed by University of Minnesota researchers to prevent interbreeding between genetically modified organisms and their natural counterparts was published this month.
The new engineering method — called synthetic incompatibility — allows researchers to prevent toxic genes from escaping into the natural population. In the future, researchers hope to apply their findings to fish and other organisms.
Students at the University of Minnesota will soon have access to a list identifying landlords who violate housing policies, along with other resources to protect them from landlord mistreatment.
In late November, MSA plans to launch a landlord accountability campaign that educates students on housing issues, increases awareness of troublesome landlords and features an eventual state-level legislation push.
A new University clinic aims to provide members of the public with specialized, same-day athletic care.
As part of a growing trend in medicine, the University Health Sports and Orthopaedics Walk-In Clinic, which opened early this semester, connects patients with Gophers athletics' physicians. It is one of few in the area staffed by professionals trained in treating sports injuries.
A Twin Cities area sexual assault advocate and a U.S. senator from Minnesota are working together on a bill to improve interactions between victims of sexual assault and the police.
The bill, the product of a partnership between recent University of Minnesota graduate Abby Honold and Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., would award grants to police departments that undergo trauma-informed training to share best practices for initial interviews of sex assault victims.
After realizing the current funding system was benefiting some graduate students more than others, the Council of Graduate Students voted to outlaw it last month.
The University of Minnesota Police Department and Minneapolis Police Department responded to reports of assault, theft, robbery and property damage during homecoming week.
It took less than an hour for Stefan Milicevic to complete the sweep for the Gophers men’s tennis program in the International Tennis Association Central Regional.
Milicevic, along with the senior doubles duo of Felix Corwin and Matic Spec, took home the singles and doubles championships in the central regional at the Gophers' home court — Baseline Tennis Center. The three players will move on to compete in the ITA Oracle Nationals, which start Nov. 1.
The Minneapolis Police Department received a report Saturday of a possible sexual assault outside TCF Bank Stadium on Friday night.
Diini Sabrie spoke to his longtime friend Ahmed AbdiKarin Eyow for the last time Oct. 14.
The two exchanged messages that Saturday afternoon about Eyow’s trip to Mogadishu and what it felt like for him to be home again.
Six hours later, a truck armed with explosives drove into the center of Mogadishu, killing hundreds and leveling a nearby hotel and other buildings.
The section of bleachers parceled out for the sparsely-attended homecoming concert felt like a chaperoned middle school trip to a baseball game.
A University of Minnesota event held to honor Paul Wellstone on Sunday featured remarks from two congressional leaders.
U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and U.S. Rep. Keith Ellison, D-Minn., spoke at the University about the late Sen. Paul Wellstone and the current state of the Democratic Party.
The University of Minnesota Police Department is expanding its community engagement efforts to better connect with students and staff.
UMPD added two new officers to its community engagement team this fall. The move received a positive response from University professors and administrators.
The No. 7 Gophers stole six points this weekend in Duluth after sweeping the No. 8 Bulldogs and increasing their winning streak to four games.
Blanket solutions won't work for Minnesota's Mental Health System
A Puerto Rican flag hangs on a wall in Dr. Miguel Fiol’s office at the University of Minnesota — a symbol of his home country and a reminder of his roots.
After seeing Hurricane Maria devastate his country first-hand, Fiol and a team of four doctors departed for Puerto Rico on Sunday to assist those affected.
It’s no secret what older generations think of us youngsters: entitled, lazy, and, arguably above all, narcissists. Many of us deny these accusations, but it doesn’t seem that we’re able to convince anyone otherwise. It’s easy to view any group besides the one you’re a part of as a monolith; they are decidedly other.
“My Favorite Murder" is a true crime podcast led by comedians Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark, who, after meeting at a party, discovered that they shared the same macabre fascination with murder. True to its origins, the vibe of the podcast is less like traditional true-crime shows (think “48 Hours”) and more like a lively discussion of cold case conspiracies among friends.
The “Me Too” campaign has provided a space for victim-survivors to connect based on shared experience and heal. However, its original intent to bring more visibility to victims of sexual assault and harassment disproportionately places the burden of emotional labor on the victims themselves.