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The Minnesota Daily

Serving the UMN community since 1900

The Minnesota Daily

Austin Retterath was last seen near the intersection of East River Road and East Franklin Avenue.
BREAKING: UMN student reported missing
by Minnesota Daily News Staff
Published May 9, 2022
The University of Minnesota Police Department has been searching for the student since Sunday.
Minnesota Student Association President Abdulaziz Mohamed and Vice President Samiat Ajibola pose for a portrait in front of Coffman Union on Tuesday, April 26.
Q&A with MSA president and vice president
by Madison Roth
Published May 6, 2022
The University of Minnesota’s Student Association president and vice president sit down to talk about what they have accomplished this year.
The Social Sciences building on the University of Minnesota West Bank.
UMN investigation into potential carcinogens in buildings finds no hazards
by Ava Thompson
Published May 4, 2022
Cancer amongst Political Science and History alumni prompted concern over possible exposure to carcinogenic chemicals in Heller Hall and the Social Sciences building. A March 4 investigation found no evidence of environmental hazards linked to the cancers.
Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey spoke to students at an Minnesota Student Association forum in Blegen Hall on Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2019.
Frey and Minneapolis City Council determine new idea for public safety
by Hanna Van Den Einde
Published May 4, 2022
Two proposals for departments or offices that would create new divisions of public safety were brought forward by the mayor and Council members.
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UMN students host Earth Day conference
by Tess Fitzhenry
Published May 3, 2022
Panel experts spoke about water quality and rural climate resilience in Minnesota.
University of Minnesota President Joan Gabel fields questions from the Minnesota Daily in her office on Tuesday, Feb. 25, 2020.
Gabel addresses campus safety, masking requirements at MSA forum.
by Madison Roth
Published May 1, 2022
President Gabel answered questions regarding topics like masking requirements, UMPD, academic scholarships and more.
UMN faculty reflect on second year teaching during COVID-19
Published May 1, 2022
Faculty shared what they learned from continued teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic.
University hosts Walter Mondale memorial service; Biden recollects
Published May 1, 2022
The University hosted former Vice President Walter Mondale’s memorial service on Sunday, with President Joe Biden, Gov. Tim Walz and Senators Amy Klobuchar and Tina Smith in attendance with University faculty and Mondale relatives.
UMN announces programs to benefit student athletes
Published April 29, 2022
The University will begin compensating student athletes for good grades and assisting students with name, image and likeness endorsements started in fall 2022.
University narrows search for new chief sustainability officer position
Published April 28, 2022
The position will develop the University's sustainability strategies for increasing cost efficiencies while reducing greenhouse gas emissions as part of the climate action plan.
UMN begins curriculum review, holds forums for students and faculty
Published April 27, 2022
The Core Curriculum 2025 Committee will review and potentially update the University’s curriculum based on feedback from stakeholders.
UMN Board of Regents sells $500 million of bonds
Published April 27, 2022
The bonds would allow the University to save money while spending money on capital projects like renovating buildings on campus.
UMN student group showcases the nation’s increasing religious pluralism
Published April 26, 2022
For the first time in 30 years, Ramadan, Passover and Lent overlap. A UMN student group hosts a book club that aims to “find common ground in our mutual longing for God.”
UMN Carlson School of Management alum leads Ukraine humanitarian effort
Published April 25, 2022
Dorota Serafin, who is involved in the Polish Humanitarian Action organization, is currently providing aid to people leaving Ukraine.
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Students pose for a selfie with entertainers on stilts at the Spring Jam Festival on Saturday, April 30. The 2022 Festival was the first that the University of Minnesota has held since 2019.
Review: Spring Jam sure has sprung
by Bel Moran
Published May 2, 2022
In the first end-of-school celebration since the pandemic, students begrudgingly braved the rain and cold to find disappointment at Spring Jam. But, the event isn’t all the day’s about, right?
A meme reposted by @joan.of.arca made by @nice.2.mitya
In conversation with UMN student and meme account legend @joan.of.arca
by Nina Raemont
Published May 2, 2022
A meme account owner walks among us.
20 events to welcome the sun this May
20 events to welcome the sun this May
by Bel Moran
Published May 1, 2022
The beginning of May brings farmers markets, flower shows and the start of outdoor concert season.
Ringing in spring, finals with outdoor studying
Ringing in spring, finals with outdoor studying
by Harry Madden
Published April 28, 2022
Finish your academic year off strong at these great outdoor study spots.
Waka Flocka Flame performs during Spring Jam at the University of Minnesota on Saturday, April 27, 2019.
UMN students and student groups make Spring Jam possible
by Leo Witzke
Published April 28, 2022
A new format and student group presence revive Spring Jam.
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Coach P.J. Fleck embraces offensive lineman Daniel Faalele at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison on Saturday, Nov. 24, 2018. The Gophers beat the Badgers 37-15 for the first time since 2003.
Three Gophers selected on final day of 2022 NFL Draft
Published May 2, 2022
Daniel Faalele is the highest-drafted offensive lineman out of Minnesota since the New York Giants picked center Brian Williams 18th overall in 1989.
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The Detrimental Nature of Decision Making
The Detrimental Nature of Decision Making
by Caroline Cohen
Published May 11, 2022
It took me three days to decide on a title.
To Binge Watch or Not to Binge Watch?
To Binge Watch or Not to Binge Watch?
by Caroline Cohen
Published May 11, 2022
How streaming release strategies are changing the way we watch television.
Luul Boru profile
Boru: It is important to establish a routine in our twenties
by Luul Boru
Published May 5, 2022
We need to look inward and define who we are ourselves.
Luul Boru profile
Boru: Unhygienic trips on Metro Transit
by Luul Boru
Published May 4, 2022
The Twin Cities needs to improve cleanliness on public transit.
Luul Boru profile
Boru: Students and their academic ghostwriters
by Luul Boru
Published May 4, 2022
College students from the US pay ghostwriters to write their academic papers. That shouldn’t be the case.
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Minneapolis Police drive downtown on Tuesday, June 26, 2018.
Report details how MPD officer Mark Hanneman killed Amir Locke
The joint report was published by the Attorney General and Hennepin County Attorney’s offices and provided more information about the police killing of Locke.
by Hanna Van Den Einde
Published April 24, 2022
The joint report was published by the Attorney General and Hennepin County Attorney’s offices and provided more information about the police killing of Locke.
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