To help students make informed decisions about where to live, the University provides several useful, on-campus resources.
When it comes to new apartment developments on campus, we need to keep the everyday student in mind.
I encourage policy makers at the University to develop a more equitable approach to healthcare for our students.
It's extremely difficult to find an affordable unit in Minneapolis.
The Laffer curve has quickly evolved from an economic postulate to a political ideology.
So, what do greek chapters know that the rest of us GDIs (God D*** Independents, a term for non-greek life students) don’t?
We must make Minnesota the “Education State” for all children — no matter who they are or where they live.
With ranked-choice voting, voters rank candidates in their order of preference.
Four people of differing backgrounds walk into a bar. Quietly, they each locate the nearest exit and route an escape – just in case.
There is no accuracy in media without fair and equitable representation.
No one is immune from criticism, including and especially journalists. Whether it’s major or minor, individuals with a public platform have a responsibility to allow criticism and debate from their audience.
Perhaps a one-size-fits-all approach to such requirements is easier, but I argue that overall student well being is worth the effort.
The plan for an African Mall that you and Council Member Abdi Warsame wish to impose on Cedar Riverside will only create problems or worsen them in my neighborhood.
The bottom line is this: renewable energy is essential to the fight against climate change. But due to the fact that the majority of our emissions stem from non-electric processes, and converting these processes to electricity can be very expensive if not downright impossible, we shouldn’t be convinced that renewables represent 100 percent of the solution to climate change.
Written by Governor Tim Walz.
While news coverage has provided the public with important information, political conversations should reflect a language that makes it easier for the public to understand.
There is no experience comparable to being 14 years old and on Vine during its infancy. Nothing will ever be as candid or funny. I imagine Vine to Millennials and Gen Z is like what Hands Across America was to Gen X and Baby Boomers.
If these traditional media outlets have to stay relevant in the acme of technology, they must unconditionally embrace and champion computer science
Ian Maitland teaches at the University's Carlson School of Management.