Emoji-faced serial killers, Shakespearean love sagas and a remake of a 1980s music video — this is just a sampling of the movies debuted at the MinneCinema film festival.
Spring Jam's festivities Saturday provided campus a mix of entertainment and respite at a critical point in this year's winter-weary semester.
The University of Minnesota will host Lil Yachty, Cashmere Cat and tons of other attractions this Saturday for Spring Jam.
The Tower art and literary magazine has been publishing works created by University of Minnesota students since 2006 and debuts its 2018 edition Thursday at the Weisman Art Museum.
Yesterday, Coffman Great Hall was flooded with recycled materials come to life, a live band and free food for the annual Art of Recycling competition.
“A Quiet Place” follows one family as they navigate a post-apocalyptic world ridden with demonic creatures attracted to sound.
At the age of 13, Herb Johnson III began to take his dancing seriously after a classmate challenged the power of his moves. Johnson, now 25, is a graduate of the Perpich Center for the Arts and a dance instructor at the University of Minnesota with knowledge and experience spanning various styles.
Art for Birds at the University of Minnesota began in the fall of 2016 and has been saving lives ever since. The student group comprises activists and artists and paints and designs windows around campus to deter birds from accidentally flying into them.
An animated DJ, a candlelit aisle and 150 dapper, cocktail-toting college students made for the wedding of the semester.
Three graduates of the Creative Writing MFA program will return to campus at the University of Minnesota to share their first-ever books. Sally Franson, Jon Lurie and Isaac Butler will be at the Weisman Art Museum this Thursday at 7 p.m. to read from their books.