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!
Reporter Megan Palmer interviews three student workers who have continued in their professions after Gov. Walz's 'stay-at-home' order.
Prenatal exposure to phthalates, a chemical commonly found in plastics, has been linked to language delay in toddlers, according to a University public health study.
On Tuesday and Thursday mornings, married couple John Hartman and Michele Gersich can be seen walking through campus to their British literature class in Lind Hall. They carry backpacks, take classes and look like regular students — only older. Hartman and Gersich are two of 420 non-degree seeking students over the age of 62 taking University courses for free this semester.
Some global issues courses at the University of Minnesota may become liberal education requirements after seeing an enrollment increase.
A new research center consisting of two underground vaults in Andersen Library aims to expand reading space at the University of Minnesota.
The University of Minnesota Medical Center expansion is entering its second phase this month, which will increase congestion near the East Bank Hospital.
With an increasing global population, University of Minnesota researchers found the world has enough resources to sustain this growing population to 2050.
A study published this month by University of Minnesota researchers will be used to initiate an expansion of Minneapolis' use of locally grown food.
In a recent study on black students' representation and performance in comparison to their peers at public colleges, the University of Minnesota performed above average in most categories but earned a failing grade for black student six-year graduation rates.