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The union that represents University of Minnesota campus service workers and the University has reached a final offer on wages and working conditions.
Minnesota Teamsters Local 320, which represents more than 1,500 University service workers, announced the final offer on Tuesday. Union workers must now vote to accept the two-year offer or follow through with a strike that was proposed in November.
Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey and new city council members took their oaths of office Monday at a public ceremony in City Hall.
The new mayor spoke during his inaugural address about his priorities for the city and offered a hopeful outlook for the future. University of Minnesota-area council members Steve Fletcher and Cam Gordon were also sworn in during the ceremony.
Former Gophers football head coach Tracy Claeys was hired as Washington State's defensive coordinator Monday, according to multiple reports.
He signed a two-year contract with the Cougars, according to the Star Tribune, after taking a year off coaching in the 2017 season.
Minnesota and St. Cloud State battled it out through a scoreless game, until an unlikely suspect scored the clinching goal for the Gophers.
Forward Darian Romanko — known for his penalty kill and defensive ability — scored the game-winner off a turnover to the middle of the ice in the offensive zone three minutes into the third period.
University of Minnesota Police Department officers responded to a report of a shooting on the 500 block of 12 Avenue SE at approximately 2:15 a.m. Sunday.
Minnesota faced a tough task Saturday against top-ranked St. Cloud State.
The Huskies showed throughout the game why they are the No. 1 team in the country, as the Gophers could not pull off the road upset.
The Gophers felt the pain of two absent starters on Saturday.
Minnesota center Reggie Lynch missed the game due to a suspension stemming from a University sexual misconduct violation, according to multiple reports, while guard Amir Coffey was ruled out against Indiana with a shoulder injury.
University of Minnesota basketball center Reggie Lynch is suspended, Gophers Athletics Director Mark Coyle announced Friday. Multiple outlets reported Thursday night Lynch had violated the school's sexual misconduct policy.
Gophers men's basketball center Reggie Lynch was deemed in violation of the University of Minnesota's sexual misconduct policy and could be suspended from the school until 2020, according to multiple reports.
Lynch's possible suspension stems from a April 2016 incident that took place in a University dorm room, the Pioneer Press reported Thursday night. The suspension, which was recommended by the University's Office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action, goes into effect on Tuesday, unless Lynch appeals.
Last season, P.J. Fleck stepped into his role as Minnesota's head coach with around a month to hit the recruiting trail for his new team.
This year, Fleck had a full season to prepare for signing day, which resulted in the highest-ranked recruiting class in a decade.
John Wodele’s hearing loss went undiagnosed for nearly 15 years. His difficulty hearing impacted his everyday life and caused tension within his family, but doctors repeatedly told Wodele that he simply had too much earwax.
Noah Scarver accomplished something many athletes dream about — he earned a spot on a Division I football team. For Scarver, though, it was not all he thought it would be.
At this year’s final Board of Regents meetings on Thursday and Friday — the first since October — the regents will discuss and act on a new administrative sexual assault policy, collective bargaining agreements and a tuition increase for some students, among other matters.
A database which would allow University of Minnesota students to view syllabi for different courses is in the works again after several years of attempts by past student government administrations.
Last week’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling allowing President Donald Trump’s travel ban to take effect amid legal debate will make it more difficult for some international University of Minnesota students to travel back home.
A spruce tree near the University of Minnesota tennis courts was cut down and stolen on Nov. 30, the first tree theft of the academic year.
A new Jewish sorority will join the University of Minnesota’s Greek community after winter break.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pi has a founding class of 21 women who will launch informal recruitment during the spring semester.
Last Thursday night, the sounds of nearby tap dancers and drum rehearsals were drowned out by hip hop music in the Peik Gymnasium as the University of Minnesota break dance club, UBreak, held practice. UBreak students, otherwise known as bboys and bgirls, in sweatpants and sneakers gathered, stretched and prepared themselves for a long rehearsal of dancing.
Why is Garrison Keillor's face still on Scholar's Walk?
The owner of Treehouse Records, Mark Trehus, has been in the Twin Cities vinyl industry for a long time. Before Treehouse Records, he managed Oar Folkjokeopus, from 1985 to 2001, until he bought the shop and renamed it.