NEWS


3/31/2019, 10:10pm

Students push for better campus bus system

Despite the end of a harsh winter, which saw many overcrowded University of Minnesota buses and increased delays, students continue to voice their concerns about campus buses and push for change.


3/31/2019, 10:09pm

Citywide event to open up buildings around UMN

More than 100 venues will participate in Doors Open Minneapolis on May 18 and 19. Participating businesses include several around the University of Minnesota and its nearby neighborhoods. Event sponsors announced the festivities late last month. 


3/31/2019, 10:07pm

Many millennials not alone in being single

Fourth-year University of Minnesota psychology student Avery Yang was disappointed when things fizzled out between him and an employee at his favorite bagel shop, whom he affectionately referred to as “bae-gal” after they corresponded via text for a few days.


3/31/2019, 9:48pm

West Bank business owners institute block safety program

The West Bank Business Association is instituting a block safety program that will seek business owners to volunteer as captains for each city block. The volunteers would maintain contact lists for businesses in their area and serve as “safety ambassadors” for neighboring businesses. The program was rolled out last week. 


3/28/2019, 2:10am

New student government leadership lay out goals

The Minnesota Daily recently sat down with the newly-elected Minnesota Student Association President-designate Mina Kian and Vice President-designate Jael Kerandi to discuss their goals and future initiatives for the 2019-20 school year.


3/28/2019, 2:02am

MSA pushes for accessible makerspaces

From sewing machines to 3D printers, makerspaces at the University of Minnesota provide students with a vast array of opportunities for creation and collaboration, and the Minnesota Student Association is pushing to make them available to more students.


3/28/2019, 1:55am

Minnesota's buzzin' about bees

Initiatives to conserve Minnesota's pollinator population are being rolled out locally and statewide. Pollinators, including types of bees and other insects, have been declining in recent years, officials say. But efforts are underway at the University of Minnesota and the Minnesota Legislature to find ways to protect the communities and create awareness.