University of Minnesota students represent a wide variety of opinions about the recent impeachment inquiry.
Reporter Kendall Van Horne speaks with students and researchers about vaping and its complicated relationship with human health.
Nora Radtke had her sights set on a career in human rights. Then, alleged sexual harassment by her professor got in the way.
Host Paul Hodowanic sits down with volleyball beat reporter Nolan O'Hara to discuss what's been going on with Gophers volleyball.
In episode 33, we break down three of the biggest stories impacting the U campus this week.
In the first episode of the weekly rundown, the Minnesota Daily sports desk recaps Gopher football’s 28-21 victory over South Dakota State and previews the team’s next matchup against Fresno State.
Only five clinics in Minnesota perform abortions. Pregnancy centers nearest the University of Minnesota offer varying options, feeding into debate surrounding abortion access.
On Friday afternoon, the University of Minnesota Board of Regents voted against renaming four buildings on campus 10-1. Regents said the University should address its complicated history in other ways and took issue with facts of the report. The rejection went against over one year of of student advocacy, a campus task force report and President Eric Kaler’s recommendations, and outcry from protestors, including longtime professor John Wright, at the meeting.
The free, student-run Phillips Neighborhood Clinic is only open two days a week. It’s typical for a line of neighborhood residents, many of them immigrants, non-native English speakers and the uninsured, to form a line at the door seeking no-cost health care.
Water at the University of Minnesota comes from a body of water that students walk over every day. From the mighty Mississippi River to taps at the University of Minnesota, we look at how the water is treated for our use.
In this episode, we talk with Reporter Mohamed Ibrahim about residents and business owners who have called on the City of Minneapolis to increase police presence in Cedar-Riverside. While other groups feel increased dialogue, specifically by giving younger residents a seat at the table, should be a priority.
The University's Military Leave Support Program hopes to address Korean students' transitions to and from military life.
The University of Minnesota's the student health center offers no major treatment options for eating disorders. This episodes explores why Boynton does not treat eating disorders, the effect it has on students and alternative resources available at and beyond the University.
Minnesota has seen a record amount of snow. Find out how the University of Minnesota manages the tremendous amount of snow and the barriers it faces when doing so.