The Minnesota Daily sits down with one of our own to discuss how diabetes has impacted his life, as well as a new study from the Minnesota Department of Health study that found higher numbers of of hospitalizations in young diabetics.
When Alexis Murillo began studying in CFANS, she didn’t expect to channel her efforts to a whole new direction: improving diversity in the college, which is nearly 85 percent white, according to fall 2018 enrollment numbers.
Over the weekend, the Gophers brought home the axe when they beat the Badgers 37-15 on Saturday. This week's episode of "In the Know" discusses the game and shares the story of one life-long Gopher fan.
In this week's episode, University of Minnesota students and Minnesota Daily reporters respond to a new study that found Generation Z, or those aged 15 to 21, are the most stressed generation.
This episode dives into the University's recently filed motion to dismiss a lawsuit filed by former and current Gophers' football players, as well as a new student housing campaign.
Tuesday's midterm elections will have long-lasting implications nationally, statewide and locally. In this episode, we dive into how students mobilized for the elections, election night and the results.
In the Know takes a look at the University of Minnesota's spooky myths and legends for a special episode.
In this episode, In the Know discusses an international women in engineering conference held in Minneapolis over the weekend. With the underlying theme that being a woman in STEM isn't always easy, the event aimed to sought to encourage women in STEM fields and bring attention to a lack of representation.
For the third year in a row, the University of Minnesota chapter of College Republicans had its Washington Avenue Bridge panel vandalized. This week's episode looks at the history, implications and context of the vandalism.
This week, the Minnesota Daily talks with Lew Blank, a staff reporter, about a University of Minnesota class that designs and creates clothing for girls in an Uganda orphanage.