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Serving the UMN community since 1900

The Minnesota Daily

Serving the UMN community since 1900

The Minnesota Daily

Protesters met on the West Bank campus before marching to the courthouse in downtown Minneapolis on Friday.
Minneapolis protesters respond to Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade
by Ellie Roth and Devlin Epding
Published June 27, 2022
Protests and vigils across Minneapolis highlighted the community’s anger and grief.
Williamson Hall is where the Universitys Office of Admissions is located.
How UMN is adapting to student “enrollment cliff”
by Ellie Roth and Amirah Razman
Published June 27, 2022
New studies predict declining numbers of high school graduates in the next decade.
The YOU@UMN homepage offers ways for students to customize and prioritize specific aspects of mental health and well being. https://you.umn.edu/home
Breaking down [email protected]
by Ellie Roth
Published June 26, 2022
The new platform for student wellness and mental health contains tools and dynamic content to help students gain access to mental health and personal wellness resources.
The Supreme Court building captured on Nov. 21, 2019. Justices heard oral arguments on Dec. 1, 2021, to determine the continuing constitutionality of Roe v. Wade.
MN groups respond to Supreme Court overruling Roe
by Maia Irvin
Published June 24, 2022
Abortion rights will now be left to the states to decide, allowing some states surrounding Minnesota to ban or restrict abortions.
The Minnesota State Capitol on Nov. 18, 2018.
BREAKING: Bipartisan gun legislation clears Senate, House
by Minnesota Daily News Staff
Published June 24, 2022
One month after the elementary school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, the bipartisan gun control legislation will go to President Joe Biden for final approval.
The Supreme Court building captured on Nov. 21, 2019. Justices heard oral arguments on Dec. 1, 2021, to determine the continuing constitutionality of Roe v. Wade.
BREAKING: Supreme Court overrules Roe v. Wade
by Minnesota Daily News Staff
Published June 24, 2022
The states will now decide abortion rights; abortion remains protected in Minnesota, but nearly half of the states are poised to set abortion restrictions.
Como Sustainable Living Fair keeps Van Cleve green
Published June 23, 2022
People gathered in Van Cleve Park to learn how to lead more sustainable lives for themselves and their community.
BREAKING: Brooklyn Center reaches $3.25M settlement with Daunte Wright family
Published June 23, 2022
The settlement is expected to come with significant changes to the city’s policing policies.
BREAKING: Men’s basketball forward Parker Fox out for season
Published June 22, 2022
Parker Fox will not be playing in the 2022-23 basketball season due to another knee injury.
City council allocates funding for communication in East African languages
Published June 20, 2022
The city’s communications department will work with local vendors to make news more accessible for East African communities.
Gabel discusses tuition increase, removing masks
Published June 19, 2022
Gabel also addresses two recent student deaths near campus and updates on Fight for $15 and CPAC.
Two new vans join Minneapolis crisis response team
Published June 15, 2022
The vans are expected to help the response team answer twice as many 911 calls.
Board of Regents approves 3.5% tuition increase
Published June 13, 2022
The motion passed despite concerns about student financial health and inflation.
Senate fails to pass higher education bill
Published June 10, 2022
The University of Minnesota was set to receive $3 million of the $9.25 billion budget surplus in a bill that was tabled by the Senate.
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A&E Summer Produce Guide: Radishes
A&E Summer Produce Guide: Radishes
Published June 21, 2022
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The Wrecks performed at the Amsterdam Bar and Hall on Thursday, June 23.
Review: The Wrecks brought the heat to St. Paul’s Amsterdam Bar & Hall
by Bel Moran
Published June 27, 2022
LA-based indie pop punk band The Wrecks performed for a jubilant, buzzy crowd in St. Paul, supported by Mothé and girlhouse.
A crowd forms in front of the Rock the Garden stage at the Walker Art Center on Saturday, June 11, 2022.
Rock the Garden returns to the Walker
by Bel Moran
Published June 20, 2022
Sun, sound and sweet treats abounded at the first Rock the Garden, hosted by the Walker Art Center and MPR’s The Current, since quarantine.
A&E’s Twin Cities Pride guide
A&E’s Twin Cities Pride guide
by Sophia Zimmerman
Published June 14, 2022
Stroll through Loring Park, assemble a trivia team or break out your best dancing shoes to celebrate Pride in the Twin Cities this month.
UMN alum Rachel Koller Croft is finding success as a screenwriter and novelist. Photo courtesy of Rachel Koller Croft.
Q&A with screenwriter, novelist and UMN alum
by Bel Moran
Published June 14, 2022
Rachel Koller Croft speaks about finding luck in Hollywood, battling online sexism and working toward your passions.
“Stranger Things” and “Stranger Things” alternatives: Here’s what the A&E desk is loving this week
“Stranger Things” and “Stranger Things” alternatives: Here’s what the A&E desk is loving this week
by A&E Staff
Published June 14, 2022
British music and binge-worthy television is the name of the game this summer.
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Williams Arena as seen on Monday, June 17, 2019.
Gophers men's basketball 2022-23 season preview
Published June 23, 2022
The Gophers look to improve on last year’s 13-17 record and a tie for last place finish in the Big Ten.
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Courtney: What statistics best show the economys health?
Courtney: What statistics best show the economy's health?
by Zach Courtney
Published June 23, 2022
No matter where you fall politically, you have stats to prove the economy is doing well or poorly.
Luul Boru profile
Boru: Anyone can be a victim of domestic abuse
by Luul Boru
Published June 22, 2022
But only the victim deserves justice.
Ericson: The next insurrection
Ericson: The next insurrection
by Sean Ericson
Published June 21, 2022
The forces that created Jan. 6 are still with us.
Courtney: The war on journalism
Courtney: The war on journalism
by Zach Courtney
Published June 18, 2022
The Fourth Estate is crucial to our democracy. We need to do more to ensure it prevails.
Luul Boru profile
Boru: What happens to a dream deferred?
by Luul Boru
Published June 15, 2022
It is worth asking the same question Langston Hughes did over five decades ago.
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Photo of Abdi Ali
UPDATE: Family confirms missing UMN student found dead
Abdi Ali was last seen early Wednesday morning near the West Bank campus.
by Minnesota Daily News Staff
Published June 7, 2022
Abdi Ali was last seen early Wednesday morning near the West Bank campus.
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