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In the age of the Internet, the irrelevant past is no longer swallowed by oblivion. Even after you die, the record of your life — warts and all — will be available for discovery and scrutiny online. Your social media might be your everlasting legacy, so don’t post what you don’t want your great-great-great-grandchildren to see.
The No. 3 team in the country proved to be too tough for the No. 37 Gophers.
University of Minnesota law professor Richard Painter, an outspoken critic of President Donald Trump, will run for the U.S. Senate seat currently held by Sen. Tina Smith, according to a Federal Election Commission filing.
The Marshall, The Venue at Dinkytown and WaHu Student Apartments received more police calls in 2017 than other large off-campus apartment complexes, according to Minneapolis Police Department data obtained by the Minnesota Daily.
Yesterday afternoon, hundreds of students gathered to rejoice in the Hindu festival of colors. Hosted by the University’s Bharat club, Holi celebrates the success of good over evil and welcomes the coming of a new spring.
The curator of one of the country’s premiere archives documenting LGBT history is retiring.
In April, Lisa Vecoli announced her retirement after six years of expanding and organizing the University of Minnesota’s Jean-Nickolaus Tretter Collection.
The Gophers (32-14, 15-3 Big Ten) swept Purdue (13-39, 4-15 Big Ten) this weekend to further solidify their third-place hold in the Big Ten standings. Minnesota just swept its fourth consecutive series, with victories over Iowa, Nebraska, Wisconsin and now the Boilermakers.
An immigrant from Afghanistan connected his wartime experiences with stereotypes of toxic masculinity at a lecture on gender roles at the University of Minnesota on Friday.
The lecture, called Men, Masks and Toxic Masculinities, was given by Ahmad Qais Munhazim and described the damaging effects of the pressure men feel to adhere to gender stereotypes.
About two weeks ago, Kanye West announced that he was writing a philosophy book — “Break the Simulation.”
That same day, West took back to Twitter after a long hiatus. There were a few days of “inspirational” messages that played out like knock-off Chance the Rapper account tweets. Everyone was retweeting, and every Snapchat news app was reporting the messages.
The Gophers came into the Big Ten championships with the best home record, 12-2, in the team's history.
The University of Minnesota paid almost $300,000 in legal settlements to two University employees who reported being sexually harassed by former athletics director Norwood Teague.
Students’ faces lit up Sunday afternoon as they discovered a pack of corgis shuffling around the grass behind Coffman Union at the University of Minnesota.
Though the University of Minnesota's College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences offers a wide range of majors and minors, some students feel the college is lacking when it comes to environmentalism's connection to the struggles of oppressed people.
A longtime University of Minnesota faculty member and adviser to the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity, also called FIJI, was recognized for nearly 20 years of involvement in the organization.
Eliminating racial health disparities may be the key to keeping the Minnesota’s workforce strong, according to a new report from the University of Minnesota.
The organic farm on the University of Minnesota’s St. Paul campus is raising money to create an outdoor gathering space and expand its crop plantings this spring and summer.
While Minnesota lawmakers staged a 24-hour sit-in at the State Capitol to protest gun policy inaction, University student group Students for Ilhan Omar hosted their own event to provide students a platform to share their ideas on gun violence.
University of Minnesota alumnus Steve Rummler dealt with chronic pain after a serious back injury, so his doctor prescribed him opioids, which he eventually became addicted to. He died after a relapse in 2011, and his family started a nonprofit in his name to help others with addiction.
Amid a time of cancelations and postponements, the Gophers faced South Dakota State (10-23) for the second time of the season in a midweek game, a contest that was originally scheduled for April 17.