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In the new agreement, Fairview will give annual financial contributions to the University’s Medical School and the partnership will unite the two organizations under one brand. The current contract between the two entities will expire in September.
The Minnesota Daily sat down with University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler to discuss tuition increases, the delay of a controversial fellowship and an increase in police presence around campus.
A 21-year-old man was robbed at gunpoint on the 1800 block of Como Avenue SE at 7 a.m. on Thursday. The victim was uninjured in the robbery.
The 88-year-old residential hall closed in spring 2017 for a two-year, $104.5 million renovation project. Construction is currently at the halfway point and is expected to be completed on time and on budget, with the goal to resume housing first-year students in fall 2019.
The Minnesota Daily sat down with Joshua Preston, a law student and student representative to the Board of Regents at the University of Minnesota who is running for House District 60B to talk about his campaign.
It had been 15 years, but Minnesota has another mens' outdoor track and field national champion.
A&E has you covered with a variety of events to make your pride celebrations exactly what you want them to be.
At the Susan Hensel Gallery on Saturday, white tape sectioned off a plot on the floor. Inside the rectangle, a strip of black tape represented Lake Street. A green rectangle, with a blue paper lake, stood in for the nearby Powderhorn Park.
I estimate that what actually happens to our recycling is a mystery to most people — it certainly was to me. But last week, I got the chance to visit the University of Minnesota’s recycling facility in the Southeast Como neighborhood with Recycling Coordinator John McKeown.
Saying that internet spaces are awful in response to incidents of harassment abdicates blame from those who perpetuate harmful content. Blaming the internet and the victim for existing on the internet doesn’t get us anywhere. All it does is shift blame away from those who deserve it.
Student tuition should go toward fairly compensating teaching staff and ensuring they are reasonably equipped to deal with their students and workloads
Video artist John Akre opens a Community Media Kit Show at the Susan Hensel Galley using video footage of the Powderhorn Park community and animation.
The Minnesota Daily sat down with President Kaler for a Q & A.
Two University-area bridges are facing structural deterioration, resulting in changes that will affect campus commuting and navigation.
The University of Minnesota’s Office of Information Technology implemented a new employee training program this month to replace a previous program that many found difficult to use.
On June 13, the herd of 32 two-year-old bulls was released into the 200-acre Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve in East Bethel. The animals are uncommon in the area, and were introduced to the reserve in an effort to bolster the area's natural ecosystem.
Rep. Ilhan Omar, DFL-Minneapolis, won the DFL endorsement for Minnesota’s 5th Congressional District at a special endorsement convention Sunday.