IN-DEPTH


Morgan La Casse
Morgan La Casse

11/24/2019, 6:55pm

Didn't get a UMN safety notification? Here's why.

University officials follow federal guidelines when sending campus-wide safety notifications, but some community members say that's not enough.

University officials follow federal guidelines when sending campus-wide safety notifications, but some community members say that's not enough. 


5/6/2019, 7:10am

Remembering the women the world forgot

According to a report released last May by the Urban Indian Health Institute, there are more than 5,700 cases of missing and murdered indigenous women and girls in the U.S. Of those, only 116 are logged in the Department of Justice’s missing persons database. 


4/29/2019, 1:05am

Day-to-day life differs for those with disabilities at the University

Cole Anderson uses seven elevators to get from his apartment to his first class of the day. He’s usually forced to wait to get in elevators because they’re too full —  often, he sees able-bodied people crowd in while people with mobility aids, like those with scooters or wheelchairs, are left waiting outside. Other times, he gets stuck between buildings, watching students use the single-person-wide ramp in the West Bank Skyway as a walkway.


4/15/2019, 12:58am

'I am not alone': UMN students' silent grief

Blake Downing is graduating from the University of Minnesota in May and preparing for graduate school at the University of California-Berkeley. In addition to the stress of graduating, he's shouldering an additional burden: His mom won't be there to see him accept his diploma.


3/3/2019, 11:02pm

Southwestern Advantage stirs controversy on campus

After giving his personal information to a recruiter at the University of Minnesota, recent graduate John* trained for months to become a salesman for Southwestern Advantage. But after arriving in Ohio to begin selling for the company in 2016, he started questioning the decision.


2/13/2019, 11:37pm

The cost of being student body president

Many student presidents need to pay for tuition, housing and cost of living without working other jobs during their presidential term. These steep requirements may preclude some from running for president.