The COVID-19 pandemic has made campaigning more difficult, but that has not stopped the election from beginning online on March 30.
First-year University of Minnesota students are packing up or hunkering down after the University of Minnesota canceled all in-person instruction.
"Coercive contracts," which include non-disclosures and forced arbitration clauses, limit employee legal rights.
The University confirmed it indirectly invests in oil and gas companies, like ExxonMobil and Chevron.
Project planners hope to have the Center for Digital Accessibility Excellence open by the end of the school year.
The Association of Big Ten Students unanimously voted for schools across the nation to stop investments in coal, oil and gas companies.
Legislators and community leaders, including the president of the Minneapolis NAACP, were in attendance.
Jael Kerandi said she hopes to empower other young women in politics and policy.
University administration called for the replacement of the All Campus Elections Commission.
Austin Berger, a junior studying economics and political science, said he is running to give back to the community.