Flyers created by a far-right political organization were placed on campus last week, accusing the University and multiple student groups of being anti-Semitic.
In addition to juggling final exams and managing stress, many Muslim students at the University of Minnesota will be fasting without food and drink from dawn to dusk as they observe the holy month of Ramadan, starting this week.
As controversy surrounding U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., grows, University of Minnesota students are participating in the debate surrounding the first Somali-American elected to the U.S. House of Representatives.
To ensure professors and students pronounce each other's names correctly, all University of Minnesota system campuses will implement a name pronunciation software into Canvas next month.
The University of Minnesota Law School’s journal recently launched a legal podcast featuring interviews with authors to make legal topics more accessible.
University of Minnesota economists recently launched an online tool that reveals how families’ access to child care varies statewide.
Some University of Minnesota students are critical of the decision to have "Green Book" producer and University alumnus Jim Burke as the College of Liberal Arts’ undergraduate commencement speaker this spring.
Third-year University of Minnesota international student Helene Zheng had a phone interview that seemed to be going well until the recruiter asked whether she was a U.S. citizen or a green card holder.
Although Nyanna Wright, a third-year student at the University of Minnesota, normally leaves her curly hair out or wears it in a big bun on top of her head, she decided to wear it slicked-back for her Monday interview. She described it as “erring on the side of caution”— something she did to avoid negative stereotypes surrounding textured hair.
University of Minnesota researchers recently released a report that focuses on making solar energy more accessible to low-income households — a solution that could help homeowners meet mortgage payments.