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Within the last few weeks, the journalism industry has seen numerous layoffs and a good deal of general criticism. Buzzfeed cut 15 percent of its employees, eliminating its entire national security desk. Vice Media cut 250 of its employees and the Huffington Post’s entire opinions section is gone. President Donald Trump took to Twitter to comment on a New York Post headline, saying fake news and "bad journalism" are to blame for this influx of misfortune.
When Minnesota took on No. 17 Purdue at Mackey Arena on Sunday, the team knew it woud be facing a red-hot team with a raucous home-court advantage.
This past week, a significant number of netizens tacitly agreed that Shaggy from Scooby-Doo was the single most powerful being in the universe. This was something that I was willing to take at face value. Apparently, enough other people were willing to as well. A series of memes featuring an omnipotent Shaggy quietly (and then all at once) proliferated across Twitter, Tumblr and Reddit this past week in what is currently the best meme of 2019 thus far.
After a disappointing fourth-place finish in regionals last season, the Gophers (7-2, 2-0) have shown that they can be much better this season.
After a Friday game that had their usually optimistic head coach Bob Motzko worried, Minnesota's Tommy Novak found a reason to look on the bright side again.
At Ridder Arena this weekend, fans witnessed tight hockey games for more than two hours of play.
After the first period, the Gophers looked poised to have a competitive game with a team that had a similar record.
Minnesota was tied with Michigan 1-1 going into the second period, then things fell apart.
The Marcy-Holmes Neighborhood Association approved a task force earlier this month with the hope of better informing community members about developments in the historic St. Anthony Falls area.
Coming into Thursday's game, Minnesota was down, having lost seven of its previous eight games.
A new University of Minnesota student group has formed around what has become an annual event for LGBTQ health care.
An ongoing analysis from the University of Minnesota found that people are binge drinking later into their 20s than past years, which subverts common conceptions of alcohol usage.
It's not yet spring in Minnesota, but the No. 21 Gophers are already heading to Florida to begin their season.
In this episode of "In the Know," Luke Diamond and Tiffany Bui speak with four University of Minnesota students who are struggling with the continued non-resident tuition hikes, as well as Features Reporter Audrey Kennedy.
Two weeks ago, Minnesota lost to Illinois 95-68 in what was the Fighting Illini's first Big Ten victory. On Wednesday night, the Gophers made sure Illinois' first true-road victory didn't come at Williams Arena.
Illinois hung around with Minnesota for much of the first half of Wednesday's game, with both teams trading narrow leads. The Gophers flipped a switch in the second half, though, and embarked on two lopsided scoring runs on the way to an 86-75 victory over the Fighting Illini.
The University of Minnesota is seeking support from the Legislature to begin chipping away at its $4.5 billion backlog of infrastructure needs over the next 10 years.
Diastolic heart failure currently has no effective treatment, but that could change, thanks to a University of Minnesota researcher's recent findings.
Coming into college, my vision of what my four years would be like was something like Vampire Weekend's first album, "Vampire Weekend." I pictured myself as someone who would frequently be in rooms like the ones in the album's eponymous cover art: beautiful chandeliered rooms full of attractive people socializing, having a good time, perhaps talking about books. I would be like someone from the song "Campus," a guy who napped on balconies in between classes in the romances and hanging out with friends who wore keffiyehs.