The Minnesota Daily sat down with candidates in Minnesota’s 5th Congressional District and House District 60B races to discuss issues such as affordable housing and the cost of higher education ahead of the primary election on Aug. 14.
Hundreds took to the streets in downtown Minneapolis Tuesday afternoon to protest the fatal shooting of Thurman Blevins.
Over the past year, the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board has met with neighborhood organizations and community members around the University of Minnesota area to gain feedback on a long-term proposal for University-area parks.
A new bill passed last legislative session will privatize some University of Minnesota agricultural data starting this August.
Following Rep. Ilhan Omar’s decision to run for the U.S. House of Representatives, a candidate forum was hosted Monday to provide the public an opportunity to engage with candidates, including three UMN students, ahead of the primary next month.
University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler’s announcement on Friday afternoon that he will step down as president in July 2019, a year before his term was scheduled to end, was met with mixed reactions from students and student organizations.
Thousands gathered in downtown Minneapolis on Saturday afternoon to protest a Trump administration policy that separated families at the southern U.S. border who had entered the country illegally.
Last week, a Minneapolis City Council committee authorized a cooperative agreement between the University of Minnesota and the City of Minneapolis which requires that the University reimburse the City for a redesign of 8th Street SE in Dinkytown.
The Minnesota Daily sat down with Joshua Preston, a law student and student representative to the Board of Regents at the University of Minnesota who is running for House District 60B to talk about his campaign.
Rep. Ilhan Omar, DFL-Minneapolis, won the DFL endorsement for Minnesota’s 5th Congressional District at a special endorsement convention Sunday.