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Over 2,200 people gathered at the Orpheum Theatre in downtown Minneapolis Saturday night to witness Bollywood-Fusion at its finest. Inspired by South Asian arts and culture, Bollywood-Fusion dancers also blend music and dance from other cultures into their performance. Hosted by the University of Minnesota's student organization Jazba Entertainment, nine collegiate dance teams competed for only one spot to move onto the national championship.
As areas around the University of Minnesota continue to develop, neighborhood organizations are taking different approaches to solve parking woes.
Vermilion Development is considering a purchase and redesign of the Art and Architecture building to add a mix of apartments and condominiums, as well as room for commercial space on the ground floor. Residents are optimistic about the potential project, and hope an architectural redesign will add to the neighborhood’s character.
Mental health visits at Boynton Health this semester are up 18 percent compared to the 2017 spring semester. Experts attribute the jump to increased openness about mental health and awareness of services on campus. As more students seek these services nationwide, some colleges have adapted their programming to keep up with the growing demand.
State lawmakers are reconsidering how members of the University of Minnesota’s Board of Regents are elected.
The House and Senate higher education committees heard presentations last week on the Regent Candidate Advisory Council’s role in the election process amid multiple bills introduced to the Legislature that would look to modify the RCAC’s role.
A new apartment proposed for the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood has drawn criticism and concerns from residents. Reuter Walton Development plans to construct a six-story apartment building in the neighborhood. The 80-unit building would replace several houses and a commercial space at 2510 Riverside Ave. The apartment would be the first new development near Riverside Park in at least 15 years.
Graduate students at the University of Minnesota are calling for more transparency from administration in reporting claims of sexual harassment.
Noninvasive brain stimulation combined with movement therapy could be a safe and effective intervention for children with cerebral palsy, according to new research from the University of Minnesota.
With the meet coming down to the final event, the Gophers needed sophomore Paige Williams to hit a floor routine that would complete Minnesota's comeback against Arizona State on Saturday night.
Williams received a score of 9.900, which was enough for the Gophers (7-6, 3-4 Big Ten) to top the Sun Devils (4-7, 3-3 Pac 12) 196.675 to 196.525.
The Gophers lost out on their bid to make a Big Ten tournament run.
Minnesota wrapped up its Big Ten tournament run Saturday night in Indianapolis with a loss in the semifinals against the Buckeyes.
The Gophers will now face Wisconsin Sunday at 2 p.m. at Ridder Arena to decide the WCHA Final Faceoff champion.
Two sets of candidates vying to lead the University of Minnesota’s undergraduate student government outlined their priorities and discussed campus issues at a debate on Friday.
Minnesota needs to win Saturday to extend the best-of-three series into Sunday
“I’m so excited that we’re in the semifinals. It’s been 13 years,” head coach Marlene Stollings told reporters.
Researchers from the University of Minnesota’s College of Design want to make clothing better suited for female firefighters.
In the early 1990s, researchers with the University of Minnesota’s ecology department began collecting dead leaves from trees, grasses and herbs for a study and stored them in the basement of the department’s building.
As part of a regular review of materials earlier this year, Christopher Buyarski and other researchers decided the 25-year-old samples could be destroyed as they were no longer needed for research. A week after Buyarski disposed of the samples, he was approached by researchers who wanted to use them.
“Right now, we are wrestling with a handful of tricky issues, and that, frankly is at the heart of our University today,” Kaler said in the speech. University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler addressed campus free speech, sexual misconduct and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals in his annual State of the University speech Thursday afternoon.
The Gophers had their home opening series on Tuesday and Wednesday night at U.S. Bank Stadium
The Minnesota Student Association and Office of Off-Campus Living are looking to add more street lights in areas west of Dinkytown to increase neighborhood safety.