Letter to the Editor
Letter to the editor: The Daily painted the perspective of a small number of student employees as broad “confusion” about student worker pay
Written by Chuck Tombarge, chief public relations officer at the University of Minnesota.
Shouting at Gov. Walz instead of listening to him is not a healthy way to get things done.
How can we deem ourselves a champion of sustainability when we are contributing millions of dollars to the industry most responsible for the climate crisis?
The University should follow in the City's footsteps in declaring a climate emergency.
We need to address adolescent depression and mental health issues in Minnesota and beyond.
Letter to the Editor: We should be grateful for the community members who marched for climate action
University administration should have welcomed this as an opportunity to engage with students.
Racist and sexist historic books still provide value in the modern age.
University investment in fossil fuels is contributing to irreversible planetary damage.
Letter to the Editor: As response to criticism of the Turkish American Student Association's bridge painting
We did not intend to make a political statement with the inclusion of the map of Cyprus on our mural. Our intentions were misinterpreted and seen as divisive.