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Student workers reflect positively on UMN’s wage increase
Student workers reflect positively on UMN’s wage increase
by Henry Hagen and Gillian Haveman
Published February 8, 2023
Student workers at the University of Minnesota expressed relief regarding the minimum wage raise that went into effect in October.
Passengers getting on and off a Route 10 bus at Northtown Transit Center in September 2022. Photo courtesy of Metro Transit.
Metro Transit moving forward with plans for F line rapid transit
by Devlin Epding
Published February 8, 2023
The newest Bus Rapid Transit line will bring faster service to Route 10 passengers beginning in 2026.
ChatGPT at UMN: Erase or embrace?
ChatGPT at UMN: Erase or embrace?
by Maya Marchel Hoff
Published February 7, 2023
The AI chatbot service ChatGPT is popping up in academia, concerning some University of Minnesota instructors about increasing academic dishonesty, while inspiring others with its potential.
Matt Kramer discusses his new role as Vice President for University and Government Relations at the state Capitol on Wednesday, March 1, 2017.
University Relations VP announces resignation
by Gillian Haveman
Published February 6, 2023
University of Minnesota President Joan Gabel announced the University will be appointing other University administrators to fill the role until a permanent replacement is found.
The Minnesota State Capitol Building on Saturday, Jan. 28.
UMN regent candidates aim to increase board transparency, accessibility
by Maya Marchel Hoff
Published February 6, 2023
University of Minnesota Board of Regents candidates revealed at a forum Tuesday a shared plan to rechart the course of the board if they are elected.
Protesters renewed calls for police reform, including community control of police.
UMN student organization leads protest following recent police violence
by Allison Skarda
Published February 6, 2023
Students for a Democratic Society led the "Justice for All Stolen Lives" protest outside of Coffman Union after the release of more body cam footage depicting police violence.
Environmental Student Association promotes healthy habitats for pollinators
Published February 3, 2023
ESA and University of Minnesota entomologists discuss how bees are essential to the environment as ESA advocates for more wildflowers on campus.
Increased ransomware attacks on health care facilities impede patient care
Published February 3, 2023
An influx of cybersecurity disturbances in health care systems technology platforms sparks a new database to assemble a list of ransomware attacks on health care providers nationwide.
UMN requests $205M from state
Published February 2, 2023
The request is for the next biennium and includes funding for operations, scholarships and public safety.
Proposed St. Paul Student Center to merge library, dining center
Published February 2, 2023
Student Unions and Activities recently received student suggestions to develop the new building, which hopes to offer better accessibility and a more appealing aesthetic than the current student center.
UMN updates 2023 commencement plan
Published February 1, 2023
The University announced new additions to the joint graduation ceremony for students, including opportunities to walk and participate in virtual celebrations.
Northrop reopens to public after nearly 3 weeks of repairs
Published February 1, 2023
The building’s damage has been redesignated as a parapet wall failure.
Walz signs abortion rights bill into law
Published February 1, 2023
The PRO Act codifies the right to reproductive health care access in Minnesota.
New Wi-Fi network installed in University residence halls
Published January 30, 2023
The new Wi-Fi network allows students to connect their devices to an encrypted network with a faster user experience.
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The cafe opened in 1983, and there are plans for a community-based facility to move into the building to provide services to the surrounding homeless population.
Keefer Court closes after 40 years
Published February 6, 2023
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Sam Robertson speaks at the round table discussion on Jan. 27.
UMN alum’s illustrated Old Testament displays witty artistic vision
by Cole Bursch
Published February 8, 2023
Sam Robertson uses American scenes to tell ancient stories in his 260 paintings.
The group returned to Minneapolis after nearly five years.
Semisonic brings signature song, more to First Ave
by Ethan Lambert
Published February 6, 2023
The Minneapolis rock band played deep cuts, brand-new material and, yes, “Closing Time.”
Obi Original performs in First Avenues Best New Bands of 2022 on Friday, Jan. 20.
Best New Bands highlights Twin Cities’ prosperous music scene
by Cole Bursch
Published February 2, 2023
Seven local bands performed in the annual concert at First Avenue.
Fashion students, faculty predict 2023 trends pre-fashion show
Fashion students, faculty predict 2023 trends pre-fashion show
by Emma Walytka
Published January 26, 2023
A consultative analysis and prediction of what's to come will make this complicated transition smoother.
5 films to watch before the Oscars
5 films to watch before the Oscars
by Joshua Badroos
Published January 26, 2023
The Oscars are quickly approaching, so watch these five movies that rank among the year’s best.
An Iowa State wrestler takes down Gopher Wrestler Boo Dryden at Maturi Pavilion on Friday, Jan. 22, 2021.
Hawkeyes narrowly defeat Gophers wrestling as regular season winds down
Published February 8, 2023
The Gophers were dominated in the early parts of the dual match against Iowa on Friday, ultimately costing them the match.
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Opinion: Without Teachers, no society can function
Opinion: Without Teachers, no society can function
by Amina Hasan
Published February 8, 2023
We must stop telling teachers they are overpaid because who are we (non-teachers) to say that? Teachers deserve to get paid as much as we owe them because, without them, no profession would exist.
White: Identity the Easy Way
White: Identity the Easy Way
by Spencer White
Published February 7, 2023
How the Myers-Briggs fails in the field of psychometrics.
Editorial Cartoon: Our hopes and dreams
Editorial Cartoon: Our hopes and dreams
by Sam Fleming
Published February 6, 2023
West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin is poaching our hopes and dreams.
The Minnesota State Capitol Building on Saturday, Jan. 28.
Courtney: So, where are the deficits?
by Zach Courtney
Published February 3, 2023
The DFL-led Minnesota Legislature has a $17.6 billion surplus to work with. Here’s how it should be spent.
Opinion: Advancing health equity must include eliminating racial inequalities in preterm birth
Opinion: Advancing health equity must include eliminating racial inequalities in preterm birth
by Diane Sherwin
Published February 1, 2023
Group prenatal care could help to eliminate these inequalities.
The deadline for current University students to apply to transfer into the new major program next fall is Feb. 15.
UMN School of Public Health announces undergrad public health major
The new major will begin in fall 2023 and offers new classes for students as the school’s first undergraduate degree program.
by Ainsley Brown
Published January 30, 2023
The new major will begin in fall 2023 and offers new classes for students as the school’s first undergraduate degree program.
BookTok tables can be found at most large bookstores like Barnes & Noble.
BookTok: anything for the aesthetic
Published January 27, 2023
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