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College Kitchen: Picnic

Finals are around the corner — and if you turn yet another corner, summer is waiting  for you.     Before your squad heads in different directions for the sunny season, organize a get-together to celebrate the end of the year.


College Kitchen: Chickpeas

Chickpeas are versatile. You can grind up dried chickpeas and use the result as flour in baked goods or even soup.


Beyond the classroom, UMN students find Instagram fame

Posing in a sun-lit, white brick studio space, Sami Huerta illustrated how to create a “geo-inspired silhouette” for a post on her blog.  The University of Minnesota apparel design junior initially started the project as a way to meet new people after transferring to the school.


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Posing in a sun-lit, white brick studio space, Sami Huerta illustrated how to create a “geo-inspired silhouette” for a post on her blog.      The University of Minnesota apparel design junior initially started the project as a way to m


The band of tricks

When Alex Caplow and Sam Lee were young, they used to have pasta races at lunch to see who could eat their food the fastest.   


Staying together

Last September, the members of The Summer Set all sat down for a meeting to break up the band.     “We weren’t really sure if anything that we were doing was very good,” vocalist Brian Logan Dales said.


From crate to plate

Minneapolis-based ingredients delivery service Local Crate loves home-cooked meals.  


College Kitchen: Beans

It’s a good thing canned black beans can last for months because they tend to spend most of their shelf life right there on the shelf.     Many people overlook them because they’re rarely struck with inspiration for how to use them.


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