IN-DEPTH


9/21/2017, 1:03am

Life after MSA: Inside the many careers of former UMN student body presidents

From advocating for civil rights in the courtroom to managing political campaigns to kick-starting genetic research companies, the University’s student government has opened up avenues for its members beyond the public sector. They said the organization was instrumental in not only helping them make connections, but shaping their interests and developing their character.


8/2/2017, 6:59am

Explorers brave Twin Cities underground

Deep below St. Paul’s streets sprawls a web of abandoned utility tunnels, the remnants of a once-great underground service system. These tunnels, known as the Labyrinth, now lie in semi-abandonment, discarded by their original owners and frequented only by the subterranean prospectors of our time: urban explorers.


6/17/2017, 7:06am

Thousands march after Castile verdict

Since Philando Castile’s shooting death last July, his family, friends and the millions who watched his final minutes online waited for a verdict in the case against the officer involved. Now, after a year of marches, hearings and a growing number of national cases with similar verdicts, anger turned into resignation until Friday’s not guilty verdict in a prolonged trial struck many as unsurprising — and thousands took to the streets in protest. St.