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Emma Spagnola and Agnes Esser had historic performances for Minnesota over the weekend.
On Friday, Spagnola won the 400-meter hurdles at a time that broke a 13-year old record. Esser had a career-best in the hammer throw, which earned her first all time in the program's history.
Freshman Lexy Ramler was the only Minnesota gymnast in action at the NCAA Championships.
Fans and family in attendance witnessed Ramler earn a second team All-American honor on beam. Ramler earned a score of 9.8875 and finished sixth in that event on Friday.
The white board inside Cooke Hall Gymnasium has Minnesota's goals for the season written on it.
Since their fifth-place finish at the Big Ten championships, the Gophers made one of those goals to finish among the top three at the NCAA championships.
Senior Sabrine Garrison said she was emotional after finishing her final collegiate round.
In her last tournament, Minnesota's only senior finished in seventh at the Big Ten championships.
Studying with women can improve grades in class, according to University of Minnesota researchers. In a study published earlier this month, course grades and peer and self-evaluations improved as students worked with more women in groups. The study points to the importance of considering group composition in the classroom, particularly in active learning spaces.
The Gophers swept Nebraska (30-17, 8-7 Big Ten) at Jane Sage Cowles Stadium over the weekend for the team's second consecutive series sweep.
No. 35 Minnesota (14-7, 7-3) lost to No. 8 Illinois (19-6, 10-1) 6-1 outdoors in Champaign, Illinois.
Minnesota (14-11, 6-5) lost to No. 46 Nebraska (18-6, 7-4) 4-3 on the outdoor courts in Lincoln, Nebraska. The doubles point proved to be the deciding factor in another close Big Ten battle for the Gophers. Nebraska clinched the doubles point from the No. 1 spot and took the first three of four singles matches.
I delivered the lecture at this SJP event. Maya Strohm and Shay Burke (the students) in their letter to the editor accused me of “cherry-picking quotes [from the Torah] to disparage the values of Judaism,” and said that “our campus should refuse to accept this bigotry toward the Jewish community” and “the student group (SJP) plans events led by biased, misinformed individuals who spew anti-Semitic rhetoric.” In short, they committed “criminal defamation” by publicly labeling me a bigot and an anti-Semite.
While some show support for Starbucks and the steps they are taking toward equal treatment of all customers, others view the decision as insufficient. With the intention of training against racial bias to stop future incidents, Starbucks closing their doors for one afternoon is a step in the right direction. It is important for the company to recognize that the incident could happen again.
Minneapolis Public Schools has a school discipline problem. Black students made up 40 percent of all students across the district in the 2010-11 and 2011-12 school years, but were subject to an astonishing 74 percent of recorded disciplinary incidents.
Food establishments have until May 7 to comply with U.S. Food and Drug Administration requirements to provide calorie information for consumers, an Obama-era policy that’s experienced almost a decade of delays. In February, the House passed legislation amending requirements that food establishments provide calorie counts.
Minnesota (25-11, 9-2 Big Ten) won twice at Target Field before faltering in the first game of the season at its home stadium, Siebert Field. On the first day, the Gophers won 4-3, then they won 3-0 and on Sunday they couldn't get the sweep, losing 5-3.
The Minnesota House and Senate higher education committees passed their omnibus spending bills last week, which did not include funding for the University of Minnesota’s supplemental budget request.
Presentations covering new research on sustainability, conservation methods and diversity — among other topics — were given Friday afternoon at a first-of-its-kind symposium at the University of Minnesota.
The melting snow means University neighborhood residents will have the opportunity to see what needs cleaning around their homes.
Rural Minnesotan cancer patients will have easier access to clinical cancer trials through a University of Minnesota partnership starting this summer, researchers say.
Spring Jam's festivities Saturday provided campus a mix of entertainment and respite at a critical point in this year's winter-weary semester.
Nearly 6 percent of University students have ADHD, according to a 2015 College Student Health Survey report, and many of them use medication to manage their symptoms. As the number of people who are prescribed drugs like Ritalin, Concerta and Adderall increases nationally, experts say doctors should diagnose ADHD carefully to avoid overmedicating or misdiagnosing patients.
Last Thursday, The University of Minnesota’s art and literary magazine, The Tower, held its annual release party at the Weisman Museum of Art.
Full of poems, short fiction pieces, photography and art of all media, the magazine drew only the most chic to the galleries.