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Anyone who has happily wasted time in front of the television show Scrubs is aware of hospital rounds: the educational method where a doctor and her residents focus on patients, one at a time, to diagnose, prescribe treatment and more, under the doctor’s guidance. Hospitals can be busy places, so grand rounds can be lightning-fast and ultra-competitive, employing intimidation and shaming on the residents. (This is from real life, not Scrubs.) This has been modus operandi for medical pedagogy since about the late 1800s. But recently, confidence in grand rounds has started to slide. It is known that medical students are subject to extreme stress. But the truth of the matter is the insecurity of new doctors not only threatens their own well-being, but it can obviously propagate through subpar practice on actual patients. No one wins, except perhaps a senior doctor’s twisted ego.
An upcoming event will offer the public a behind-the-scenes look at the culture and history of Minneapolis buildings.
President Trump signed an executive order last week regarding free speech on college campuses. The order stemmed from conservative student voices expressing concerns about the ability to freely speak their mind on campus.
On a cold, Sunday afternoon at Jane Sage Cowles Stadium, the Gophers entertained the home crowd with 13 runs in a Big Ten doubleheader.
Business owners on the West Bank are aiming to take a more active role in improving the safety of their community.
One week ago, Lexy Ramler was honored as the Big Ten Gymnast of the Year. The next afternoon, Ramler competed at the Big Ten Championships, claiming the Big Ten beam title and a share of the all-Around title. Four days later, she became an All-American.
Last week, PETA tweeted an image that at first blow looks a whole lot like erotic furry art. The image, which depicts a full-grown man drinking from the very human breast of a disconcertingly anthropomorphic cow, was accompanied by the caption, “Looks weird right? It’s what you’re doing if you drink cow’s milk [hand emoji] Raise your hand if you know that humans shouldn’t be drinking cow’s breast milk. It was made for their babies—not you!”
Now that their season has ended, players from the Gophers' women’s basketball team are beginning to unpack the memories from their time playing under head coach Lindsay Whalen.
The game came down to extra innings and Minnesota's experienced catcher took a swing to potentially end the game.
The Minnesota Daily's Board of Directors finalized its selections for next year’s leadership Thursday night.
Fans filled the stands of Jane Sage Cowles Stadium for the first time in 2019 as the Gophers softball team faced off against Purdue for the home opener on a brisk Friday afternoon.
After getting her ACT score back, Bethany Novak said she remembers going home and crying, "I’m not getting in anywhere."
Reporters from the podcast “In the Dark” discussed racial bias in the judicial system during a well-attended University of Minnesota event on Wednesday.
The University of Minnesota's the student health center offers no major treatment options for eating disorders. This episodes explores why Boynton does not treat eating disorders, the effect it has on students and alternative resources available at and beyond the University.
The Gophers held a 48-1-1 record over the Auggies of Augsburg (4-8) going into Wednesday's home opener at Siebert Field.
Initiatives to conserve Minnesota's pollinator population are being rolled out locally and statewide.
Initial higher education budget numbers released by the Legislature almost double those of DFL Gov. Tim Walz.
Minnesota's mental health crisis extends all the way to children, but University of Minnesota pediatric residents could alleviate the need for more mental health professionals, officials say.
A popular University of Wisconsin-Madison sports bar will soon open a new location in Dinkytown.
These last couple years, I've had a recurring thought: why can't anybody with a lot of money just do nothing with it? It seems like everyone, deserving or undeserving, who's had the kiss of fortune on their life wants to be a leader. They want to tell the rest of us how to live. Nobody asked, but they feel like they have some wisdom to impart on us.