After alleged ethical violations arose at the University of Minnesota last week, some faculty members are critical of the school’s proposed solutions.
Amid a growing push to fill high-demand jobs, the state unveiled a trial grant program to help low- and middle-income students pay for technical and community college.
Campus organizations like the Learning Abroad Center and Northrop started to make their cases for receiving student fees last week, raising concerns about tight budgets to a 12-member committee. The panel heard presentations from seven administrati
As some University of Minnesota faculty members make a push to unionize, state laws might complicate the process. While the school’s faculty members and administration work with the state to compile lists of faculty members who are eligible f
Author, professor, journalist and Middle East expert David Makovsky delivered a talk at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs
Since a sit-in at Morrill Hall last February, the University of Minnesota has introduced a number of initiatives to address growing concerns about a lack of diversity at the school. But some students say they’re skeptical whether the Universi
The University of Minnesota is changing the way it informs students about crime near campus.
Ongoing renovations at the state Capitol have forced Gov.
The University of Minnesota responded Wednesday to discrimination claims made last f
If a student-athlete is interested in joining a student group, getting an internship, studying abroad or visiting family, they need to find a way to fit it in between their academic and athletic commitments. To help ease student-athletes’ jam
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