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Candidates Cunningham, Holloway and Bloomberg were asked questions submitted by students and faculty during their visit to the Twin Cities campus. The interviews were conducted by CEHD Dean Michael Rodriguez.
Presidential finalists visit UMN campuses for public interviews
by Alex Lassiter
Published February 22, 2024
Over a week and a half, the three finalists visited each of the five campuses for a series of publicly-conducted interviews.
Research fields on the St. Paul campus on Feb. 22, 2024. Outdoor research surrounding plants has been forced to adapt to the unusual winter, particularly research around crops and trees.
UMN St. Paul campus adapts to unusual winter
by Logan Anderson
Published February 23, 2024
A winter Minnesota hasn’t seen in over a century has created challenges as well as new opportunities within the UMN College of Food, Agriculture and Natural Resource Sciences.
The ‘Pup Professors’ bring clinical experience to the classroom.
UMN College of Veterinary Medicine brings in ‘Pup Professors’
by Sophie Eydis
Published February 22, 2024
Participating dogs receive nose-to-tail physical exams by students practicing their skills.
Gender diversity has been higher since 2000 than the Board of Regents nominations from starting in 1900.
Representational history of the Board of Regents
by Sam Hill and Gabrielle Erenstein
Published February 22, 2024
Board of Regents female majority reflects a growing trend of representation.
Researchers also discovered disparities in race, age and technology in the healthcare industry.
UMN researchers unmask inequities in healthcare
by Emma Walytka
Published February 21, 2024
A recent study from the School of Public Health found gender wage gaps in health care still persist, even though women make up the majority of the industry.
New opportunities in the School of Music with the world music and ensemble music minors, which allow students to gain credits by playing in ensembles.
School of Music is expanding its curriculum
by Logan Anderson
Published February 20, 2024
The School of Music began the school year with a new director and a plan to continue building off previous successes in expanding options for students.
The current exterior of Morrill Hall on the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities campus on Friday, July 3, 2020.
Meet the three finalists for UMN presidential search
by Alex Lassiter
Published February 19, 2024
The finalists will visit each of the five UMN campuses before the president is selected the week of Feb. 26.
“Holy Blues”: Adrian Davis speaks about the importance of gospel choir
by Amelia Roessler
Published February 21, 2024
University director talks about the choir’s growth since 2018.
Black students and staff reflect on Black History Month lessons
by Amirah Razman
Published February 20, 2024
February marks Black History Month, a time for people to celebrate and acknowledge Black culture and learn about the contributions of Black people.
Give Kids a Smile provides free dental care for underserved children
by Sophie Eydis
Published February 18, 2024
UMN School of Dentistry celebrated 20 years of GKAS.
What do the Timberwolves, Domino’s and Spotify all have in common?
by Amelia Roessler
Published February 13, 2024
Student discounts are everywhere, and students reflect on if they are used.
Swipe right: UMN students talk about their relationship with dating apps
by Alex Lassiter
Published February 13, 2024
With the arrival of Valentine’s Day, students both in and out of relationships share their experiences using dating apps.
Minnesota Quadball goes to Wonderland at Winter Formal
by Maddie Robinson
Published February 12, 2024
The Alice in Wonderland-themed event is the group’s main fundraiser for the national quadball competition in April.
Students ring in Lunar New Year on campus
by Amirah Razman
Published February 12, 2024
Lunar New Year, which starts Feb. 10 and ends Feb. 24, is a time to connect with family and honor the blessings of the previous year.
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The Minnesota State Capitol on Saturday, Sept. 16, 2023. The University cited necessary building repairs and lower tuition costs as justification for $45 million at their presentation to the House Higher Education Finance and Policy Committee on Thursday and the Senate Higher Education Committee on Tuesday.
UMN’s budget request focuses on restoring campus buildings
by Natasha DeLion
Published February 23, 2024
Overflowing with love: animal shelters in the area struggle as capacity limits are tested.
$600,000 invested toward MACC animal shelter as it reaches capacity
by Grace Aigner
Published February 22, 2024
Minneapolis police car in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on Friday July 7, 2023. Effective Law Enforcement for All has been chosen as a monitor to oversee Minneapolis Police operations and behavior.
Minneapolis has spoken: Independent evaluator chosen for MPD
by Alexandra DeYoe
Published February 22, 2024
Annie’s is gradually reopening its dine-in services this week with an abbreviated menu.
Annie’s Parlour returns to Dinkytown
by Natasha Delion
Published February 20, 2024
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A warm February night at Afton Alps. Afton Alps offers discounts for college students.
College students ski cheap at Afton Alps
by Max Mueller
Published February 23, 2024
Those with a college ID will receive a discount on passes, rentals and food on Wednesday nights in February.
Dune: Part Two, Problemista and Love Lies Bleeding are some of the films being released
A guide to movies coming out this spring
by Max Mueller
Published February 23, 2024
Here’s what to look for in movie theaters the next few months.
For some, streaming services provide some challenges, despite giving the consumer more options to choose from.
The downsides of streaming services
by Ethan Lambert
Published February 22, 2024
With seemingly infinite streaming services to choose from, the simplicity of cable is a quality of a bygone era.
Survivor Twin Cities goal is to make a fully student-produced season of the cult-classic reality television show “Survivor.” Currently in its fourth season, the show starts with 16 student players who get voted off each week.
Inside Survivor Twin Cities
by Maddie Robinson
Published February 22, 2024
The semester-long competition aims to replicate the hit reality show “Survivor.”
Black people have struggles, but there is more to the story.
Going beyond Black people’s pain in film
by Alexis Letang
Published February 21, 2024
UMN’s Black Student Union chose a variety of films to show throughout Black History Month.
Guard Elijah Hawkins scores a career-high 24 points in a win over the Buckeyes at home.
Minnesota men’s basketball faces off against Ohio State
Published February 23, 2024
Jamison Battle comes back to play in Minnesota for the first time since transferring to Ohio State.
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Editorial Cartoon: Journalists in Gaza
Editorial Cartoon: Journalists in Gaza
by Sam Fleming
Published February 23, 2024
The war in Gaza has been the deadliest for journalists in history. We must remember that the press provides paths to peace.
Trade schools, community colleges and more are available to people of all ages.
Opinion: Traditional university programs are overrated
by Natalie Trimble
Published February 22, 2024
College isn’t the only option for post-secondary education.
A recent boom in housing developments has stripped Stadium Village of its character.
Opinion: Stadium Village sucks
by Leo Huppke
Published February 21, 2024
A look into the University of Minnesota’s most uninspiring neighborhood.
Through its weaponization, the word “woke” has lost all meaning.
Opinion: Stop calling everything woke
by Michael Fraley
Published February 20, 2024
It is ruining our discourse.
When a musician of high status has done wrong, is separating the art from the name the only option we have as fans?
Opinion: When do you separate the art from the artist?
by Claudia Garcia
Published February 19, 2024
What do you do when your favorite singer has committed such terrible acts?

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