Closures, delays and contagion: How UMN’s 1918 influenza pandemic response mirrors COVID-19 efforts today
A century later, the COVID-19 pandemic is beginning to look eerily similar to the 1918 influenza outbreak.
Ultimately, it is faculty and staff who will decide how they want to format their alternative instruction.
Olivia Johnson, a journalist who graduated from the University of Minnesota in 2018, died on Dec. 28.
Fifteen years ago, a young man died by suicide during a University clinical trial. What has changed since?
The case of Dan Markingson is one that still haunts the University of Minnesota.
After multiple graduate students voiced their concerns over a professor’s past conduct, a University of Minnesota course was canceled only days before the fall semester began.
Joan Gabel officially assumed her role as University of Minnesota president Monday, kicking off her presidency with aspirations for Minnesota’s top research university and flagship institution.
After multiple University of Minnesota Board of Regents members questioned President Eric Kaler’s proposed tuition hikes, budget allocation and tuition increases continued to be under hot debate at the board's June meetings Thursday and Friday.
The Minnesota Student Association will continue to push for renaming four University of Minnesota campus buildings, according to a letter released Wednesday.
Blake Downing is graduating from the University of Minnesota in May and preparing for graduate school at the University of California-Berkeley. In addition to the stress of graduating, he's shouldering an additional burden: His mom won't be there to see him accept his diploma.
Many student presidents need to pay for tuition, housing and cost of living without working other jobs during their presidential term. These steep requirements may preclude some from running for president.