What does systemic racism look like? In this episode, we look at how housing discrimination in theory and in practice in the Twin Cities contributes to the dramatic racial disparities in Minneapolis. We also look at how the development of the interstate system in the Twin Cities unfairly targeted communities of color with the help of biased federal regulations and housing practices.
Episode 57: How the pandemic changed University life, plus an interview with College Jeopardy! champion Nibir Sarma
In the final episode of the spring 2020 semester, all three reporters of "In the Know" examine how the COVID-19 pandemic has shaped the lives of students, reflect on their favorite stories of the year and discuss how students have gathered around one student after he won College Jeopardy!
A couple of University professors talk about how to maintain a healthy relationship during a pandemic, whether miles apart or stuck in the same apartment.
More than a decade before COVID-19 came to the University of Minnesota, the School of Public Health was planning how to respond to an outbreak.
A decade before COVID-19 came to the University, the School of Public Health was planning how to respond to an outbreak.
With reduced hours and near-empty buses, campus bus drivers continue their drives.
To protect the safety of our staff during the COVID-19 pandemic, In the Know is going on a hiatus.
Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders won all of the precincts near the University of Minnesota on Super Tuesday, despite losing the state to Joe Biden. Podcast reporter Jessica Toledo talked to students about why they think that's the case.
Erbert & Gerbert’s plant-based roasted red pepper bánh mì retains few ingredients from the traditional Vietnamese sandwich.
Episode 50: Family, friends and community members march to support missing and murdered Indigenous women
Hundreds gathered at the Minneapolis American Indian Center on Friday to march, sing and show support for the missing women