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Low-income students face lower graduation rates, strained schedules and a variety of hurdles that impede their collegiate careers. While the University has improved resources available to low-income students, resulting in increased academic performance, some low-income students' experiences still demonstrate the challenges they face.
The University of Minnesota chapter of Gamma Phi Beta was sanctioned by its international headquarters for violating its policies during a Feb. 22 party.
A prominent community space in the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood may move to a bigger location where local officials say it can better fulfill the needs of residents.
Candidates vying for a vacancy on the University of Minnesota’s Board of Regents met at the State Office Building in St. Paul on Wednesday to discuss their visions for the school’s governing body.
Redshirt junior Temi Ogunrinde is the Gophers' all-time leader in the hammer throw, but track and field is just one part of her life on Minnesota's campus.
With the influx of festival-goers around campus, the University of Minnesota Police Department and Minneapolis Police Department patrolled campus and issued a number of citations.
Heading into the Big Ten championships, the Gophers feel they are peaking at the right time.
Minnesota is coming off their tie for sixth out of 13 teams at the Hawkeye Invitational in tough weather on April 14. Senior Riley Johnson finished in the top ten for the first time in his career.
Despite an influx of luxury apartments near the University of Minnesota, a local developer has expanded its campus presence by building more affordable, cooperative housing complexes.
Minnesota-based Caribou Coffee is replacing the Starbucks Coffee in Hanson Hall at the University of Minnesota in the next few months.
Throughout college, senior Matic Spec has had trouble finding the form he once had in his freshman season — until now.
Cole McDevitt was voted the top catcher in the Big Ten last year when he made the All-Big Ten First Team as a sophomore. McDevitt was the only position player to make the team for Minnesota after a breakout season.
This Saturday, Northrop Auditorium will be host to one of the biggest university a cappella events nationwide — besides the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella, of course (that’s the competition you know from "Pitch Perfect").
Thanks to those late bursts of wintery snow, fresh produce seems like just a dream now. It might still be, but A&E put together a few recipes that will keep you dreaming of all the spring produce you can enjoy (soon). Think greens, artichokes, peas and strawberries.
A campus protest called for the renaming of some campus buildings in a continuation of an ongoing debate spurred by a recent exhibit.
Emoji-faced serial killers, Shakespearean love sagas and a remake of a 1980s music video — this is just a sampling of the movies debuted at the MinneCinema film festival.
As many of us know, plenty of students on campus find themselves reliant on study drugs. There’s such a market that two weeks ago, the Minnesota Daily reported on a pair of entrepreneurial students who marketed an “alternative to Adderall,” NeurOwl, to be sold at Maxwell’s Market in Marcy-Holmes. Though we’re used to it, step back: a commonly acknowledged, publicly held, University-wide study drug routine is alarming.
People don’t often discuss how body image issues and eating disorders can translate to college. We enter college with the expectations of a pubescent utopia, in which social pressures and expectations wane in the wake of collective acceptance. But this isn’t the case, specifically when it comes to expectations of how women should look.
The University needs to extend its statement, as it was not a thorough enough response to the events that took place in Northrop on Friday night. Sunday’s statement was a weak attempt to offer answers.
The University of Minnesota’s College of Biological Sciences will offer a new major for students this fall, adding new classes and faculty to the college.
A new system of bike sharing could allow Minneapolis residents to use shared bicycles without dropping them off at sparsely located designated docks.