Youssef Rddad


Union-repped employees address concerns in front of Board of Regents.

A number of University of Minnesota workers voiced their worries about wages and working conditions in front of the Board of Regents Friday afternoon. Calling for “respect and raises” as they renegotiate new collective bargaining agreements, unionized workers addressed concerns in front of the board, including employee sick and parental leave, shortages in staff and pay.

LSAT optional for J.D. hopefuls

Some students applying for fall 2015 admission to the University of Minnesota’s Law School may not need to take the Law School Admission Test — but there are some other steep conditions.  

University to invest in startup companies

In order to get research and patents into the hands of companies, the University of Minnesota’s Faculty Senate recently voted to update the school’s policy on the commercialization of technology to allow the University to invest directly in startup companies.