Sunny Raju, a high school senior from Pennsylvania, "fell in love" with the University of Minnesota during a tour of campus. He was planning to enroll at the University in 2019 and someday in medical school — until recent tuition increases made him reconsider.
With the passing of a city-wide plan last week, which University of Minnesota researchers influenced, the City of Minneapolis is preparing for change over the next 20 years.
Students and experts are expressing concern over a proposed policy released last month from the U.S Department of Education that would change the way sexual assault and misconduct cases are handled at college campuses that receive federal funds.
There has been a consistent rise in reported hate crimes on college campuses around the country over the past three years. The University of Minnesota is no exception.
Until late October, the only advertised support group for students struggling with addiction on campus was Students Off Booze Enjoying Recovery (SOBER). The group re-branded to Recovery On Campus last month in order to assume a new identity and strengthen University resources.
Around 60 people marched across campus Thursday to protest a controversial panel on the Washington Avenue Bridge and support transgender and gender-nonconforming students.
For transgender and gender nonconforming people, swimming can be an uncomfortable experience partly due to gendered locker rooms and swimsuits.
The University of Minnesota has over 800 student groups, with more being formed every year. The Minnesota Daily profiled three student groups created this semester.
New group therapy options at the University of Minnesota will offer tailored support to students, with groups ranging from animal therapy to anxiety support.
Amid national concerns about election security, the Humphrey School of Public Affairs has taken steps to bolster its election administration certification program.