Graduate student government at the University of Minnesota recently expressed concern about high fees for international graduate students at the University in comparison to fees at other Big Ten schools.
The University of Minnesota Board of Regents voted Friday against renaming Coffman Union and several other campus buildings. Dozens of students showed up to the special session in protest and many expressed disappointment with the board’s decision.
In campuswide email sent to students Thursday morning, the Minnesota Student Association is calling for students to mobilize around discussions of the un-naming of several campus buildings.
As the Minneapolis minimum wage continues increasing to $15 per hour, the Minnesota Student Association keeps pushing for a higher minimum wage for student workers on the University of Minnesota campuses.
After months of planning, the Minnesota Student Association and several groups on campus are collaborating to make Spring Jam 2019 a zero-waste event after falling short last year.
The University of Minnesota’s undergraduate student government recently wrapped up a series of events for its sexual assault awareness week. Similar efforts were taken by other Big Ten universities.
A bill passed in the House last week aims to protect renters, like University of Minnesota students, who are often more vulnerable to bad leasing practices.
Despite the end of a harsh winter, which saw many overcrowded University of Minnesota buses and increased delays, students continue to voice their concerns about campus buses and push for change.
The Minnesota Daily recently sat down with the newly-elected Minnesota Student Association President-designate Mina Kian and Vice President-designate Jael Kerandi to discuss their goals and future initiatives for the 2019-20 school year.
From sewing machines to 3D printers, makerspaces at the University of Minnesota provide students with a vast array of opportunities for creation and collaboration, and the Minnesota Student Association is pushing to make them available to more students.