The rally was one of many happening around the country on Saturday.
In light of the recent impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump launched by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, political science professors at the University of Minnesota are bracing for the impact these events will have on classroom climate.
University of Minnesota students represent a wide variety of opinions about the recent impeachment inquiry.
The Minnesota Daily reached out to students across campus and asked about their thoughts and feelings on the proceedings.
Members say future healthcare professionals will need to adjust their practices to be more environmentally conscious.
In response to the rise of active shooter situations in academic settings, colleges and universities across the country have devised “threat assessment” teams.
“Something that’s very important to the Minnesota Climate Strike is uplifting voices of communities of color and low-income communities that have been disproportionately affected by the climate crisis,” said Juwaria Jama, a 15-year-old high school sophomore at Spring Lake Park High School and co-state lead for the strike.
The legislation passed the U.S. House of Representatives in July and now awaits Senate action.
Technology developed at the University of Minnesota may be the key to advancing studies in chronic neurological diseases like ALS, Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s.