Still riding the waves of his international hit "Champion" with Travis Scott, Nav released his second studio album on Friday. Its title, “Bad Habits,” is appropriate.
An aspiring TV personality and current hustler, University of Minnesota journalism senior Dijon McCain recently released his passion project that was one year in the making.
In Minnesota, when it comes to “day-ventures," there’s no place like home. Of course a trip to Yosemite National Park would be nice, but Minnesota has everything you need for a worthwhile trip, too. Skiing? Got it. Climbing? Check. Hiking? Of course.
Five days into a Peruvian expedition, he had no map, no human contact and no worries. Bryan Karban, manager at the University of Minnesota’s Center for Outdoor Adventure, made it home safely and continued to do what he does best: inspire.
On Kanye West’s “Graduation,” you find a story about a man’s journey through a college experience of his own. The record holds moments of exploding confidence that shaped the controversial emcee's career. But what about those rappers who actually did orchestrate their careers during their time in lecture halls?
After two rounds of slaps and grooves, Battle of the Bands sounds off for the last round before the final. The winners will move on to meet previous winners and compete in April to open up for the Spring Jam headliner. Counterfeit Democracy, Joe Kelly, Lapdogs and Raspberry will be on the mic. Get out and mosh!
Snow and ice usually shut everyone inside. But for one brave University of Minnesota subculture, they are a call to the wild.
If you want to actually enjoy Valentine's Day — with or without a significant other — A&E has put together a guide to the most adrenaline-inducing, frenzy-filled go-to activities near campus on Thursday.
You’re walking across the Washington Avenue Pedestrian Bridge and minding your own business, when out of nowhere a giant vehicle comes towards you. Is it a truck? A tank? Oh wait … it’s a bike?!
On Monday night, steam crept out of the small side door entrance as ripping guitar rifts floated down First Avenue. Inside the venue, Pllush warmed up the buzzing crowd.