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Backstage at the Gay 90's was a scene of organized chaos last Friday. Stationed in front of mirrors, drag performers powdered their faces and penciled in tall arched eyebrows before a performance for Pride weekend.
A judge has dismissed a discrimination lawsuit against the University of Minnesota filed by former and current Gophers football players.
A University of Minnesota Medical Center visitor was robbed after being approached in a parking garage by two suspects on Monday, according to an email sent to the University community.
Recent crime trends indicate a rise in assaults in the campus neighborhood of Marcy-Holmes while University of Minnesota officials have noted a drop in violent crime on campus.
Concerns about rapid development in Prospect Park have inspired efforts to preserve the existing layout of the neighborhood.
Amid the tight Minneapolis housing market, City Council members and state lawmakers seek to balance the power dynamic between renters and landlords.
A divided state government led to a compromise in funding: $43.5 million beyond the state’s base appropriations, or half of what the University of Minnesota requested. Lawmakers say the split in party politics primarily led to the outcome.
P.J. Fleck and his coaching staff continue to stay hot on the recruiting trail for their 2020 class.
Jordan Murphy and Amir Coffey were hoping to be the first Gophers selected in the NBA draft since 2004, but Thursday night came and went without either player hearing their name called.
A robbery occurred near the West Bank light rail station at around 1:30 a.m. on Wednesday, according to a campus-wide email sent Thursday afternoon.
Although spring semester concluded more than a month ago, many University of Minnesota students are still in possession of their unwanted textbooks and are looking to sell.
The University of Minnesota Board of Regents approved a 3 percent tuition increase for most graduate and professional student programs Wednesday.
After a back-and-forth discussion, the University of Minnesota Board of Regents approved an amended version of the president’s budget, featuring a 2 percent tuition increase.
New student representatives to the University of Minnesota’s Board of Regents will begin their terms this fall.
When discussing the proposed restrictions on abortion, “pro-choice” and “abortion rights” provide a limited framework for assessing the matter at large. Abortion accessibility is only a slice of the conversation surrounding reproductive health. Even the Roe v. Wade decision didn’t supply “choice” equally; under the current system of healthcare, “choice” is a reproductive luxury afforded to bodies in specific tax brackets.
University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler offered regents a plan that lowers the increase of tuition to 2 percent, down half a percent from his initial plan, according to a memo sent to regents.
Sporty’s Pub and Grill, a longtime haunt in Southeast Como, is closing this summer to make way for a new restaurant.
On a recent Saturday afternoon at Fig + Farro in Calhoun Square, customers conversed in the large dining area, with its contemporary, mismatched wooden tables and chairs, warm lighting fixtures, cozy booths and sprawling bar.