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Three new charges were filed against Jory D. Wiebrand Thursday.
Wiebrand, 34, is a suspected serial rapist who police believe to be responsible for numerous sexual assaults and attempted sexual assaults in the Marcy-Holmes neighborhood in recent years. He is now facing six charges following an arrest last month.
Student representatives, faculty and officials from all five University of Minnesota campuses are working together in two advisory groups to provide recommendations to President Joan Gabel for the evolving COVID-19 pandemic.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, University of Minnesota international students are the most concerned about student visa status, travel, summer plans and the fall semester, according to an International Student and Scholar Services survey sent out last month.
As the final weeks of the regular legislative session near, Minnesota DFL senators are pushing for a statewide infrastructure bill that would fund University of Minnesota projects.
In the final episode of the spring 2020 semester, all three reporters of "In the Know" examine how the COVID-19 pandemic has shaped the lives of students, reflect on their favorite stories of the year and discuss how students have gathered around one student after he won College Jeopardy!
The University of Minnesota is working to develop guidelines for incoming and returning international students abroad for the fall semester.
As circumstances for the next academic year remain uncertain due to the COVID-19 crisis, the University of Minnesota is planning for multiple possible scenarios.
University of Minnesota Student Counseling Services is holding online educational workshops to help students manage their stress and develop coping methods for struggles related to the coronavirus pandemic.
Sarah* typically uses dating sites like Tinder and Bumble. When she got laid off from her full-time job due to the COVID-19 pandemic, she figured she may as well try getting paid to date online.
The observance of the holy month of Ramadan is different this year for Muslim students at the University of Minnesota as many learn to bridge social distancing with community.
State lawmakers and officials are working to prevent voters from risking their health to cast a ballot as statewide primaries and the general election approach in the coming months.
Due to high demand caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the University of Minnesota’s College of Pharmacy and M Health Fairview are partnering to produce thousands of gallons of hand sanitizer.
The opening of farmers markets in the Twin Cities signals the beginning of summer, with fresh fruits, bundles of flowers and food trucks lined up along the streets.
In a field less than a mile northwest of Scandia, Minnesota, Jess Shoman from the Chicago-based folk project “Tenci” slowly rides a horse toward the camera. She’s under direction from two guys with Minnesota ties — and no it’s not the Coen brothers — it's Coool.
The shutdown of training facilities has been a roadblock for athletes across the country, and the Gophers' women's gymnastics team has not been immune to the challenges of training without the proper equipment. Without access to Peik Gymnasium, staying in shape and practicing routines has become increasingly difficult.
How’s everyone’s love life during this once a millennium pandemic? Not everyone has the pleasure of worrying about such a seemingly small and insignificant matter, but when you’re a freshman who just got kicked out of the dorms, it’s hard not to miss Thursdays at Wild Greg's or running into your crush on Northrop Mall. Thankfully, for some, social media has come to the rescue in terms of appeasing loneliness.
As the University of Minnesota continues to face financial difficulties due to the COVID-19 pandemic, discussions have begun about potential cuts to faculty salaries.
The city of Minneapolis is trying to help renters during the COVID-19 pandemic by offering relief for households citywide.
There is no time like the present to cultivate your own garden. Though many businesses have closed their doors, gardening centers are essential businesses and still open.
First there was social distancing. Now amenities are being closed. While making use of the many green spaces in the metro area may have become more difficult, it doesn’t mean there aren’t still plenty of ways to enjoy parks.