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Skepticism spreads around UMN regent selection process, PAC involvement
Skepticism spreads around UMN regent selection process, PAC involvement
by Maya Marchel Hoff
Published December 7, 2022
After Senator Greg Clausen’s appointment to the chair of the Regent Candidate Advisory Council, his funding from the Maroon and Gold Political Action Committee raises questions over the ethics of the regent selection process in the lead up to next year’s elections.
M Health Fairview was one of the Twin Cities hospitals that reached a tentative agreement on Tuesday.
Nurses reach tentative deal with hospitals
by Gillian Haveman
Published December 7, 2022
After announcing last week they planned to strike starting Dec. 11, Twin Cities and Duluth nurses have reached an agreement with hospital negotiators.
Regent Michael D. Hsu attends a scheduled Board of Regents meeting on Friday, Sep. 13, 2019.
Former UMN regent Michael Hsu announces re-application to board
by Maya Marchel Hoff
Published December 6, 2022
After losing re-election to the Board of Regents in 2021, the former regent recently submitted his application to the Regent Candidate Advisory Council for the upcoming 2023 regent elections.
The Mississippi River runs through the campus of the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, Nov. 30.
Why so salty: issues with road salting in winter
by Lara Boudinot
Published December 6, 2022
Salting the roads in the winter can have a negative impact on the environment by decreasing water quality, which leads to permanent contamination of waterways.
The board is also in discussions of whether to increase opportunities for direct public engagement.
UMN Board of Regents voting trends show increasing unanimity
by Maya Marchel Hoff
Published December 6, 2022
Board voting trends from 2021-22 highlight how the regents vote, showing stark contrasts between members.
UMN, DEED partner to invest $34.5M in startup businesses
UMN, DEED partner to invest $34.5M in startup businesses
by Amirah Razman
Published December 6, 2022
The investments will assist in the growth of startups by providing business owners money and expertise.
Students hopeful DFL legislature will boost UMN funding
Published December 5, 2022
Democrats winning the “trifecta” in the midterm elections may mean more state funding of the University of Minnesota and for student issues.
UMN research stations reside on Native lands
Published December 2, 2022
The lands were originally taken by the federal government and granted to the University of Minnesota. Some stations are now trying to build relationships with the surrounding Native Nations.
Upcoming symposium to provide FScN curriculum reform dialogue
Published December 2, 2022
Facets of the White House Conference on Nutrition provoke a discussion of nutrition insecurity, hunger gaps and food systems to be a larger part of the undergraduate curriculum.
Research animals at UMN require humane treatment, animal care
Published December 2, 2022
One thousand projects involving animals are approved by the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee each year.
Fewer student groups requesting operational funding
Published December 1, 2022
Of the 34 student organizations that applied for funding, 10 received no funding from the University of Minnesota Student Services Fees for the 2022-23 school year.
Gabel discusses union negotiations, commencement, Halloween weekend fireworks
Published December 1, 2022
President Gabel also addresses October’s active shooter threat, Regent Steve Sviggum’s comments on diversity and graduate student pay.
UMN begins repatriation of Mimbres-cultural collections after 32 years of non-compliance
Published December 1, 2022
The University of Minnesota collected Native ancestor remains and associated funerary objects nearly 100 years ago and has since been non-compliant with a federal law requiring the inventory and return of all collections.
UMN Regent James Farnsworth announces vice chair candidacy
Published November 30, 2022
Farnsworth cited the need for more diverse representation in leadership as his main goal and reason for why he is running.
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Episode 104: Coffee and community
Episode 104: Coffee and community
Published November 4, 2022
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Review: ‘The Family’ and ‘TM by Brockhampton
Review: ‘The Family’ and ‘TM' by Brockhampton
by Cole Bursch
Published December 6, 2022
It’s the end of an era from the ingenious band.
Choose a flavor, some sugar and get creative to experiment with coffee syrup creations that will last for about two weeks.
How to make coffee syrups at home
by Victoria Schutz
Published November 30, 2022
Five Watt owner offers tips for coffee syrup creations.
Chef Gavin Kaysens Classic French Omelet with Fine Herbes.
College Kitchen with Gavin Kaysen
by Sophia Zimmerman
Published November 29, 2022
The Minneapolis-based chef on pantry staples, culinary inspiration and how to make a French omelet.
The University Opera Theatre rehearses for their performance of Suor Angelica & Il Tabarro, Wednesday, Nov. 9.
UMN Opera Theatre presents 'Suor Angelica & Il Tabarro'
by Sophia Zimmerman
Published November 17, 2022

The University Opera Theatre will present “Suor Angelica & Il Tabarro” by Italian composer Giacomo Puccini this weekend. The opera will...

Moos Towers design origin story offers a glimpse into 1970s University politics.
Campus Contrived: Moos Tower
by Victoria Schutz
Published November 15, 2022
In Campus Contrived, writers uncover the stories behind underappreciated works of art and architecture on the Twin Cities campus.
Middle blocker Carter Booth celebrates a point during the Gophers game against Wisconsin, Sept. 25.
Gophers volleyball advances to Sweet 16 in NCAA tournament
Published December 6, 2022
Minnesota defeated Southeastern Louisiana and Northern Iowa to advance to the regional round of the NCAA volleyball tournament.
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Ericson: Now we’re cooking with gas
Ericson: Now we’re cooking with gas
by Sean Ericson
Published December 6, 2022
Stoves can be a source of pollution.
Letter to the Editor: Support for SSW Director Joan Blakey
Letter to the Editor: Support for SSW Director Joan Blakey
by School of Social Work staff and faculty
Published December 6, 2022
As director, Blakey is faced with resolving a difficult financial situation she inherited when she became the director five months ago.
White: What’s in the woods?
White: What’s in the woods?
by Spencer White
Published December 6, 2022
Lions, tigers, bears … and Bigfoot?
Editorial Cartoon: Elon Musks Twitter
Editorial Cartoon: Elon Musk's 'Twitter'
by Sam Fleming
Published December 2, 2022
Twitter has a scary future ahead of it.
Opinion: Thank You, Wilson Library
Opinion: Thank You, Wilson Library
by Abdulrahman Bindamnan
Published December 2, 2022
Libraries helped me get to where I am today in my academic journey.
Car break-ins on the rise: how to protect yourself, your valuables
Car break-ins on the rise: how to protect yourself, your valuables
Automobile break-ins and thefts on or near campus have been steadily increasing as the weather gets colder and continues to worsen.
by Kate Prom
Published November 29, 2022
Automobile break-ins and thefts on or near campus have been steadily increasing as the weather gets colder and continues to worsen.
Faculty Senate passes AF&T resolution
Faculty Senate passes AF&T resolution
Published November 28, 2022

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