The University of Minnesota is footing $500,000 a day to fund research that is typically funded by the federal government. As the shutdown lingers, the future of landmark projects throughout campus face uncertainty.
A University of Minnesota student and member of Minnesota Hillel has been reported missing, according to a Facebook post by the group.
A citizen advisory council has selected 25 applicants — including seven students — as candidates to fill vacancies on the University of Minnesota's Board of Regents.
A new City of Minneapolis housing policy meant to bolster affordable housing is opening up discussion about where students fit into the issue.
A City of Minneapolis comprehensive draft plan proposes directly tying neighborhood association funding to diversity initiatives for the first time.
With growing anxieties about youth violence in Cedar-Riverside, local leaders are rerouting Minneapolis budget money to bring a outreach team to the neighborhood aimed at alleviating the issue.
Students had a chance to question housing experts about one of the most controversial issues in Minneapolis’ overarching city plan at a Tuesday forum on campus.
A West Bank organization is pushing for the City of Minneapolis to designate Cedar-Riverside as a culturally and ethnically distinct neighborhood under a new policy amendment.
As the Minneapolis City Council prepares to complete a draft of its comprehensive 2040 plan, an amendment will uniquely recognize the University of Minnesota and surrounding neighborhoods for the first time.
Metro Transit is exploring the possibility of replacing a popular Dinkytown bus route with a high-frequency transit line.