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Llamas interacting with students at Agriculture Awareness Day on Northrop Mall on April 20, 2010.
University researchers discover llama nanobodies as possible COVID-19 treatment
As crime is high in Dinkytown, the University looks for solutions
September 17, 2021
Violent and property crimes hit a peak in May 2021, with numbers tapering off by August.
University researchers discover llama nanobodies as possible COVID-19 treatment
September 16, 2021
New research suggests that llama nanobodies can be an effective treatment against the virus in animals, and there is potential for success in humans.
Minneapolis Ward 6 candidate brings Cedar-Riverside connections to city council
September 15, 2021
Abdirizak Bihi wants to improve public safety and increase affordable housing as a council member.
Regents talk campus safety improvements and University vaccination rates
September 15, 2021
The board also discussed the recent transition back to the classroom and to the office for University students, faculty and staff at the meeting.
Doty: Should Twin Cities students be paid a livable wage?
September 13, 2021
A system-wide solution does not address unique needs of students on different campuses.
University to attest vaccination status, but many worry the form is not enough
September 13, 2021
Some students and staff ask for a stronger vaccine mandate and more COVID-19 protections.
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Editorial cartoon: Masking Up
Editorial cartoon: Masking Up
Luul Boru profile
Boru: We are finally out of the confines of online school
Courtney: My thoughts on abortion
Courtney: My thoughts on abortion
Michaelson: Can Lorde kick it? Yeah, she can.
Adwan: Yes, Millennials and Gen Z are “Soft.” That’s Not a Bad Thing.
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University students Jack Foley, Luella Langlinais and Kathleen Zhang.
Street Style: First week looks
Back in person, students showcase their outfits beyond their Zoom screens.
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The Gophers huddled up before competing in their first Big Ten matchup this season against the Wisconsin Badgers on Saturday, Sept. 18, 2021, at Elizabeth Lyle Robbie Stadium in Falcon Heights, Minn.
Gophers soccer loses 2-1 against the Badgers, drop their first match of the season
September 19, 2021
The Gophers were without star graduate student right back Makenzie Langdok; her absence was undisclosed.
Redshirts sophomore Trey Potts scores a touchdown against the University of Miami-Ohio on Staurday, Sept. 11, 2021, at Huntington Bank Staduim in Minneapolis, Minn.
Gophers take down Colorado 30-0 in first road game of season
September 18, 2021
A big day from the Gophers’ offensive line led to a dominant 30-0 win over Colorado.
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Walter F. Mondale Hall on Friday, Sept. 10. The University of Minnesota’s Law School announced the George Floyd Memorial Scholarship in Law in July 2020. The first recipient, Brandon Redmon, received the scholarship one year later in August 2021.
UMN student named first recipient of the George Floyd Memorial Scholarship in Law
The George Floyd Memorial Scholarship, a scholarship offered to Black law students at the University, named the first-ever recipient since its founding a year ago.
Bella Carpentier
September 15, 2021
The George Floyd Memorial Scholarship, a scholarship offered to Black law students at the University, named the first-ever recipient since its founding a year ago.
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