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Last December, redshirt senior Nick Wanzek didn’t do as well as he wanted to at the Cliff Keen Invitational, finishing eighth at 174. This Friday and Saturday, he will have a chance to have a better showing, as the Gophers travel to Las Vegas, Nevada for this year’s Cliff Keen Invitational.
A refinancing plan for the expansive repair project was presented by the nonprofit West Bank Community Development Corporation during its annual meeting on Nov. 13. The plan detailed an estimated $10.5 million construction budget that will go toward refurbishing 74 Riverside Homes buildings, which are scattered throughout Cedar-Riverside.
The City of Minneapolis conducted a recount of the Ward 6 Minneapolis City Council election on Tuesday.
Even though Daniel Mendonza grew up speaking English, when he got to the U.S., he said he lacked the confidence to speak with fellow mechanical engineering students at the University of Minnesota.
University of Minnesota professors are looking to meditation as a tool for patients recovering from heart attacks or cardiac surgeries.
A new study from University of Minnesota experts solves a 50-year-old space mystery and shows that relatively inexpensive satellites are viable options for astrophysics research
Junior Rashad Still, redshirt sophomore Hunter Register and redshirt junior Melvin Holland Jr. announced on Twitter they are leaving the program.
University of Minnesota employees are seeking support for a movement to make the institution’s parental leave policy more inclusive.
Several governance committees have endorsed a resolution calling for equal amounts of leave for all parent-employees. Its proponents hope to present the document to the University Senate in the spring.
The University of Minnesota Alumni Association launched the first online store to sell only products made by alumni-owned businesses this month.
Gophers quarterback Demry Croft, who started the last six games of the 2017 season, will leave the team, a University spokesperson confirmed Monday morning.
Croft made the request to leave the team following the 31-0 loss to No. 5 Wisconsin on Saturday, according to University spokesperson Paul Rovnak. He ended the season the Gophers starting quarterback, beating out redshirt senior Conor Rhoda for the starting spot. Croft had two more years of eligibility with the Gophers.
The Gophers (7-0) won the Lady Rebel Round-Up tournament in Las Vegas after beating Wake Forest 93-81 Saturday and UNLV 79-72 Sunday. Freshman Destiny Pitts was named MVP of the tournament after totaling 22 points and nine rebounds against UNLV. Another big performance came from Gadiva Hubbard, who made the All-Tournament team roster along with Pitts.
Not many people know that the University of Minnesota houses a foundry inside the depths of the Regis Center for Art, and even fewer know that students operate the heavy machinery. On Tuesday night, the University foundry bustled with students and spectators eager to witness the 31st Annual Fall Iron Pour.
Penn State (29-1, 19-1 Big Ten) defeated Minnesota (26-5, 15-5 Big Ten) 3-1. It was Minnesota's second loss in three matches. The Gophers won their first match of the weekend against Rutgers (5-27, 0-20 Big Ten) 3-0.
The University’s Transportation and Safety Building on Washington Avenue will undergo an expansion next year to house all of the University’s public safety divisions under one roof. UMPD officers say the change will encourage interaction between students and the department.
No. 6 Minnesota (13-4-1, 8-3-1 WCHA) defeated Lindenwood (2-9-1, 2-4-0 CHA) 4-3 in overtime after Lindenwood tied the game with 13:39 remaining in the third period.
Snigdha Kumar left her home country of India to pursue a Ph.D. in sociology at the University of Minnesota.
Kumar wanted to research poverty in India, and knew she’d be able to study internationally without financial pressure because of tuition waivers she’d receive in exchange for her work.
But the financial relief tuition waivers offer graduate students like Kumar could be cut if a tax plan sponsored by U.S. House Republicans moves forward. Under the proposed plan, tuition waivers would be taxed as income. The bill has raised alarms in the University of Minnesota graduate student community and higher education circles nationwide.
With such a divided Congress and shocking policy changes, it is important to remember that a citizen's vote in still important outside of elections. There are plenty of ways for citizens to engage government officials and curve policy, without monopolizing their time and still being effective.
The drinking culture in the U.S. is often unhealthy, especially among young people. The minimum legal drinking age, or MLDA, being 21 creates a kind of “forbidden fruit” culture around alcohol, causing young people to drink in unregulated environments and decide among themselves what “normal” drinking habits look like.
The No. 25 Alabama Crimson Tide were playing short-handed, five on three, for the last 10:50 in Saturday’s matchup — a power play for the Gophers.
A week ago, the Federal Communications Commission revealed their intent to break down regulations that protect equal internet access. This concept, better known as “net neutrality,” is crucial in ensuring that individuals have access to a wide variety of websites and services across the internet. Previously, FCC regulations passed in 2015 prevented internet carrier providers from differentiating and discriminating against how broadband is used. Now, under the leadership of FCC chairman Ajit Pai, these regulations are under threat and in turn, so is the sanctity of internet information access.