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Interim President Jeff Ettinger speaks at the Board of Regents meeting on June 13.
UMN Board of Regents approves tuition increases
by Bianca Caputo
Published June 13, 2024

University of Minnesota students will see up to a 5.5% tuition increase next year following the approved annual budget at the Board of Regents...

Interim President Jeff Ettinger speaks at the Board of Regents meeting on June 13.
UMN Board of Regents approves tuition increases
by Bianca Caputo
Published June 13, 2024

University of Minnesota students will see up to a 5.5% tuition increase next year following the approved annual budget at the Board of Regents...

Students and faculty respond to the accusations outlined in the report.
UMN’s Department of Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies named fifth most ‘Jew-hating’ department
by Sophie Eydis
Published June 12, 2024

In a report released in April, the David Horowitz Freedom Center (DHFC) named the “Top Ten Jew-Hating Academic Departments,” which reside...

The annual operating budget showed up to a 6% increase in tuition rates for students.
UMN students call for divestment at Regents meeting
by Olivia Hines
Published May 13, 2024

At the Board of Regents meeting May 10, community members raised concerns about the University of Minnesota’s complicity in the genocide in...

Remnants of the encampment on the Northrop Mall being cleaned up on Thursday morning.
Closed buildings to open Thursday at noon, encampment scheduled to end
by Theo Franz, Sam Hill, and Alex Steil
Published May 2, 2024
After Ettinger-student coalition dialogues, the administration agreed to make progress on the students’ six demands.
Each person identified which text was written by AI correctly, citing awkward phrasing and strange word choices as indicators.
AI or not AI?
by Logan Anderson and Bianca Caputo
Published May 1, 2024
Students and faculty in the University English department picked which version of the same text was generated by artificial intelligence.
By having an option to pay one fee for all required course materials, students will be able to avoid spending money on materials, which is not always accessible to students.
New UMN program plans to make course materials more accessible
by Amirah Razman
Published May 1, 2024
Students will be able to access all of their classes’ course materials at a fixed rate starting this fall.
UMN summer session begins
by Georgia Jensen
Published June 7, 2024

The University of Minnesota’s summer academic session began June 3, offering courses in both in-person...

Allegations of sexual harassment filed against former Undergraduate Student Government President
by Georgia Jensen
Published May 15, 2024

Editor’s Note: This article contains material regarding allegations of sexual harassment that are...

UMN Council of Graduate Students reflects on 2023-24 academic year
by Georgia Jensen
Published April 30, 2024
COGS had success this year in resource accessibility, collaboration with the Graduate Student Labor Union and working with University administration.
Behind the scenes of SUA event planning
by Amelia Roessler
Published April 30, 2024
With numerous events throughout the year, Student Unions and Activity employees work to cater to students.
American Indian Cultural House creates space for Indigenous first-years to adjust to college life
by Araia Breedlove
Published April 25, 2024
The AICH is the longest-running multicultural Living Learning Community, starting in 2004.
Sally’s Saloon opens new expansion
by Sophie Eydis and Georgia Jensen
Published April 24, 2024
Sally’s new expansion accommodates up to 350 people.
St. Paul’s Greek life roots itself in agriculture
by Avery Vrieze
Published April 23, 2024
Of the five fraternities and sororities on UMN’s St. Paul campus, many of them have ties to agriculture.
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With the Vision Zero Action Plan, Minneapolis hopes to lower pedestrian deaths to zero in ten years.
‘20 is plenty’ signs raise awareness for pedestrian safety
by Ainsley Brown
Published June 13, 2024
From humble beginnings in 1972, the Twin Cities Pride festival draws in thousands every year.
History of Gay Pride in Minneapolis
by Alexandra DeYoe
Published June 13, 2024
Man suspected of waving a gun killed by police after a foot chase, with three of the four officers firing their guns.
Minneapolis police shoot and kill man waving a gun
by Amelia Roessler
Published June 13, 2024
Open house at the American Indian Center in Minnehaha on June 10, 2024.
Open house shows the potential future for Third Precinct building
by Ainsley Brown
Published June 11, 2024
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College students do not typically shop sustainably when fast fashion is quick and easy.
Opinion: Society has made us cheap
by Isabella Caswell
Published June 13, 2024

I used to think people in society had forgotten the art of creation, but now I realize no one can afford to appreciate things made with care...

Metro Transit buses provide a reliable public transit option for students despite barriers in some regions.
Opinion: Bus routes are hindered by the Twin Cities’ urban design
by Jasmine Shackleford
Published June 11, 2024

One of my largest deciding factors when choosing the University of Minnesota was the ease of access to public transportation. With a light rail...

Living with someone you don’t know might not be such a bad thing.
Opinion: The case for random roommates
by Riley Stern
Published June 11, 2024

Getting assigned a random roommate was the best thing that happened to me freshman year. This may sound like an extreme statement, but bear with...

Despite its imperfections, downtown Minneapolis is a beautiful and rewarding place to explore.
Opinion: Don’t be afraid of downtown Minneapolis!
by Jasmine Shackleford
Published June 5, 2024

Every day at the University of Minnesota students eat, sleep and study within sight of one of the largest urban centers in the country. Yet many...

Mass Shootings in the U.S. versus Europe in the past 10 years.
Opinion: Readjusting to US gun violence is jarring reverse culture shock
by Isabella Caswell
Published June 5, 2024

On my flight home from Florence, Italy, where I spent four months studying abroad, I woke up from my nap with a sudden thought: I have to continue...

“The Watchers” is a film adaptation of the 2022 book of the same name by A.M. Shine.
Review: “The Watchers”
by Ethan Lambert
Published June 13, 2024

Ishana Night Shyamalan, daughter of famous director M. Night Shyamalan, has followed in the footsteps of “The Sixth Sense” filmmaker by making a horror film with a plot twist, “The Watchers,” released...

The artist masterfully blends EDM, pop and hyperpop on a record that feels like a night out with her.
Review: “BRAT” by Charli XCX
by Sommer Wagen
Published June 12, 2024

Since Charli XCX’s highly anticipated sixth studio album “BRAT” was released on June 7, memes imitating its incredibly simplistic cover...

These books reflect a variety of queer identities and experiences and are good reads for everyone, queer or not.
Pride Month Book Club: 5 LGBTQ+ books to read in June
by Sommer Wagen
Published June 11, 2024

Whether or not you identify as LGBTQ+, engaging with queer history and culture is always a worthy endeavor, especially during Pride Month. Maintaining...

Katja Johnson and her ceramic bananas, which she demonstrated how to make at the Mudluk Pottery table for the 2024 American Craft Fest in St. Paul.
Handcrafted community at the American Craft Fest
by Sommer Wagen
Published June 10, 2024

The American Craft Fest (ACF), held June 8 and 9 at the Union Depot in St. Paul, was bustling with crafters and guests of all ages. The event...

Three Pride events during Pride Month
Three Pride events during Pride Month
by Ainsley Brown and Ethan Lambert
Published June 9, 2024

The Twin Cities have a variety of pride events throughout June, from the annual Pride festival to protests for LGBTQ+ rights. Here are three...

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Warian and McCauley earned their first collegiate individual wins in 2024.
Two golfers represent the Gophers at NCAA Championships
by Andrew Cornelius
Published June 13, 2024

Senior golfer Ben Warian and sophomore Isabella McCauley each earned a spot representing the maroon and gold at the NCAA golf Championships in May. For Warian, the bid was a culmination of four years with the Gophers, but McCauley reached the national championship for the second time after winning her first Big Ten title in April. Warian was the first player to represent the men’s team on the...

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