NEWS


3/11/2019, 12:02am

Snow place to go

Some places in the Twin Cities area received over six inches of snow Saturday evening, adding to the record-breaking 39 inches that accumulated in February. The University is having to find new places to store snow as the Minnesota State Fairgrounds, its typical storage site, is likely to hit capacity after the snowfall over the weekend.


3/11/2019, 12:01am

Regents may reexamine UMN's reciprocity agreement

President Eric Kaler met with board members at a Board of Regents retreat Wednesday in Chaska to discuss decreasing state support, alternative revenue sources and tuition, among other things. Board members said without adequate state funding, the University will need to consider “bold” solutions to prevent sharp resident tuition hikes, including examining the school’s current reciprocity agreements. 


3/11/2019, 12:00am

Sencha Tea Bar in Stadium Village to close in May

Sencha Tea Bar, located on 825 Washington Ave. SE., will close by the end of May. Owner Brian Friese decided not to renew the location’s annual lease after he learned about the potential for redevelopment in the area from property owners.