University of Minnesota students — many covered in scarves, face masks and even ski goggles — braved the harsh weather in a few of the state's coldest days in more than 20 years.
Due to "extremely cold temperatures" forecasted, the University of Minnesota has cancelled classes for part of the day on Tuesday and all of Wednesday.
Netherlands resident Jolanda van Weeren spends her day working part-time at a bookstore, tending to her home and, when she has free time, analyzing pictures of Minnesota animals as part of a University of Minnesota research project.
Jazba Entertainment, an organization rooted in philanthropy, received the largest allocation of Student Service Fee funds from the University of Minnesota for the upcoming spring semester.
Two years ago, the University of Minnesota's Nordic Ski Team experienced one of the worst winters for cross country skiers in memory because of the season's warmer temperatures.
Around 11 p.m. once a week, a freshman heads outside to a spot near his residence hall to smoke marijuana out of a bong he's named "Bentley." He smokes outside to avoid getting caught by his community advisor.
The Minnesota Daily sat down with the recently-elected presidents of the Panhellenic Council and the Interfraternity Council before they take office next semester.
The Office for Student Affairs is currently deliberating how to allocate student group fees for the spring of 2019. During this deliberation cycle, 105 student groups requested over $1 million in student services fees for programs and events. This is 23 groups more than the number that requested funds for the spring of 2018.
Fraternities at the University of Minnesota are still figuring out how to implement a hard-alcohol ban that just went into effect.
How did the new Minnesota Cooking Club come to exist on campus? The answer involves a love of food, the social networking website Reddit and a persistent University of Minnesota graduate student who wanted to create a space for people who like to eat.