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A male was found dead at the intersection of 7th Street Southeast and 5th Avenue Southeast early Wednesday morning. The Minneapolis Police Department is investigating the incident as a homicide, according to a police advisory from the Marcy-Holmes Neighborhood Association.
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A five-story addition to apartments near Dinkytown will double the original structure's size and capacity.
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The University of Minnesota Medical School is requiring new training for all third-year medical students in an effort to combat the opioid crisis.
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Environmental justice involves analyzing the environment through a social justice lens, and the term is gaining popularity at the University of Minnesota.
The College of Liberal Arts is piloting five projects this fall that aim to improve the college’s relationships with nearby communities.
The Gophers volleyball team dropped their first conference match of the season Sunday against rival No. 7 Wisconsin.
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Before moving from India to the United States, University of Minnesota student Isha Mody said her biggest concern was class registration.
Birds flying into windows and dying is something that occurs almost daily in the summer and fall months, according to Bridget Nieto, an employee at the University of Minnesota’s Cancer and Cardiovascular Research Building.
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The highly anticipated "Joker" movie has been making nearly constant headlines since it opened Oct. 4.
Though the temperature plunged to 30 degrees Fahrenheit, about 60 University of Minnesota community members filled Urban Growler Brewing Company in St. Paul on Friday for the launch of a new University alumni network for LGBTQ individuals.
Most of us have engaged in conversations deflated by the prongs of “whataboutism,” or at least can identify the device when we see it. Recently defined in the Oxford dictionary as “the technique or practice of responding to an accusation or difficult question by making a counter-accusation or raising a different issue,” the term “whataboutism” has risen in popularity in both political discourse and everyday conversation.
When Angela Two Stars began her gallery tour at All My Relations Arts, she mentioned something unique about the current exhibition, “Changing Horizons.”
As I sit here comfortably in my apartment, my heart is aching for the Kurds. And as you sit wherever you are reading this, I want you to know they are being viciously attacked by Turkish forces.
White tulle is draped over a black man’s head, creating a veil over his face. The strength in his stance is softened by a smile.
As classes begin to tackle conversations on impeachment, professors are weighing how best to incorporate current events into lesson plans.
Comedy spaces have always been collaborative spaces. This means that they rely on the full participation of all those involved. The stand-up space is no exception. Even though the audience does not quite ‘participate’ in the typical sense, the performer draws on their perceptions and feelings in order to display their own talent and unique perspectives. Following the #metoo movement and other campaigns for the freedoms of women and minorities, the context of some comedic spaces has been brought into question. Some comedians have been accused of drawing on perceptions that have negative historical significance in order to create a comedic space that some deem harmful to some members of society.
In response to the Minnesota Student Association’s advocacy for healthier dining options on campus, local restaurant chain Crisp & Green is trying to collaborate with University of Minnesota students regarding healthy eating.
The University of Minnesota could be better at producing public records when requested and has outlined ways to improve how it turns over records to the public, a new report says.
As the 2020 presidential elections draws near, it is clear that tensions are rising on both sides of the political arena. This can be seen in the recent Trump rally that was held in Minneapolis where Republicans went to show their support for Trump, and the Democrats went to show their opposition to Trump. Everything happened during this event, from shouting, throwing insults, to destroying any MAGA campaign gear; acts of trying to exercise their First Amendment Rights. This is similar to what happened during the Paint the Bridge event here at the University of Minnesota, where the college Republicans panel was vandalized. This matter needs to be addressed because it deals with both the First Amendment and the University’s Free Speech Policy. Students should be allowed to exercise their rights as citizens and members of the University without facing violence from members of the other side.