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As a crowd of students, families and high-end fashion-lovers trickled into Rapson Hall for the College of Design’s annual fashion show on Saturday, a number of stylish audience members proved that you don’t have to be an apparel design major to be well-dressed.
The latest version of a proposed University of Minnesota policy on gender identity attempts to reconcile free speech concerns with safeguarding gender expression.
Year after year, the University of Minnesota College of Design's spring fashion show serves as a rite of passage for students. This year's show, "e.motion," managed to hold onto this tradition.
Hannah Carlin, a fourth-year student studying microbiology, doesn’t recall much of her cancer treatment — granted, she was 16 months old at the time of her diagnosis.
A recent City of Minneapolis traffic accident study examined high-risk areas in the city but left some areas unaddressed, officials say.
With mentions of stolen glances, innocent smiles and offers of free coffee, these classifieds represent more than just missed connections.
The Minneapolis Police Department adopted a new sexual assault reporting policy last month, mirroring similar efforts on campus.
A man in a light blue ensemble has his feet in the air and his head in a bright blue suitcase. The handstand goes on for almost ten minutes.
If a homeowner renovates or builds a house, the very name of the career expert who is key to that job is “contractor.” Certain people specialize in carpentry, masonry, plumbing, roofing and painting, among others. And the nature of those projects is fleeting. If the carpenter is good, his job is done in less time rather than in more.
Over $1 million was awarded to University of Minnesota researchers to investigate the effects of a common strain of herpes on ovarian cancer patients.
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.