Mary Stepnick, a 2006 University of Minnesota graduate, has been tailgating at East River Flats for eight years. She arrived at 7 a.m. Saturday to set up her tailgating area.
“To have his face be the image that’s representing this issue makes it seem like it's one about individual misbehavior when really, for us, the issue is much bigger than that,” said activist Rose Liu. “It’s one that’s important for Chinese women and women more generally.”
A University of Minnesota outreach program is working to eliminate the use of a hazardous chemical in dry cleaners in Minneapolis and throughout Minnesota.
Stable Homes Stable Schools assists families with children enrolled at one of 15 Minneapolis schools with paying rent and maintaining stable housing.
Graduate student government at the University of Minnesota recently expressed concern about high fees for international graduate students at the University in comparison to fees at other Big Ten schools.
A short film about Cedar-Riverside aims to bridge cultural gaps between the community’s elders and youth and highlight positive stories in the neighborhood.
Cedar-Riverside community members met with Amazon representatives Tuesday with hopes of expanding the neighborhood’s relationship with the tech giant.
Amid criticism, the Minneapolis City Council unanimously approved protections for public housing residents Friday. The measure comes as the Minneapolis Public Housing Authority plans to use Rental Assistance Demonstration, a 2012 federal program meant to attract private or nonprofit investment to buildings in need of repair.
University of Minnesota creative writing professor Julie Schumacher will replace Jim Burke, producer of the Oscar-winning film “Green Book,” as the College of Liberal Arts' 2019 commencement speaker. A CLA announcement stated Burke withdrew due to "family health matters."
Community members and University of Minnesota researchers are helping the City of Minneapolis develop a more sustainable food system.