Chewing gum and a friendly face could be what it takes to get students to curb their smoking habit — at least that’s the hope for Share the Air Ambassadors.
Long lines at the Minneapolis-St.
Greek life’s strong systemic adherence to traditional gender roles can make feminism a difficult topic to approach, some University of Minnesota greek students said.
First-year student Teri Holman rolled up her sleeves to reveal a small black pine tree tattoo on her forearm, flanked in ink with “Made in Minnesota.” Many students like Holman, a Wayzata native, grew up in the Twin Cities suburbs and d
The University of Minnesota’s greek life office is under new leadership. In a recent shift in the University’s greek life administration, former student activities employee Anna Jankord has replaced outgoing director Matt Levine.
Increasing numbers of under-resourced Asian-American and Pacific Islander students earned the University of Minnesota a designation last week from the U.S.
Because many participants in University of Minnesota greek life undergo a formal recruitment process and pay expensive membership dues, some believe it to be an exclusive community.
While the reintroduction of two sorority chapters will help expand the University of Minnesota’s Panhellenic presence on campus, housing issues could complicate the growth.
A group of University of Minnesota construction management students built upon their education by putting their skills to use outside of the classroom. Members of the University of Minnesota Construction Management team were awarded Rookie of
When the University of Minnesota provided free use of TCF Bank Stadium for an MLB-sponsored concert in 2014, the school lost at least $128,000 in potential revenue.