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Ford Hall on Monday. Liora Elias’ Reality TV class meets at Ford Hall twice a week and focuses on how reality TV affects people and society.
UMN offers variety of niche classes for fall semester
by Avery Vrieze and Gabrielle Erenstein
Published April 15, 2024
With registration beginning, these classes could make the fall semester a little more interesting.
A University Student uses a Cash-to-Gopher-Gold station in Coffman Memorial Union on Saturday, March 16th
UMN collected $1 million of unspent Gopher GOLD, Dining Dollars in last decade
by Hannah Ward and Chloe Bechard
Published April 14, 2024
If the Gopher GOLD program didn’t collect tens of thousands of dollars from students each year, its future might be unclear.
The American Indian Studies department is in the process of having a doctorate program approved.
The legacy of UMN’s American Indian Studies department
by Araia Breedlove
Published April 14, 2024
Hidden in the basement of Scott Hall is one of the most prestigious American Indian Studies departments in the country.
A UMPD police officer on Northrop Mall on Feb. 1, 2024. Though UMPD would like to do more, Clark said its staff is already “stretched pretty thin.”
Department of Public Safety gives spring campus safety update
by Georgia Jensen
Published March 10, 2024
At the Board of Regents meeting, UMPD Chief Matt Clark spoke on 2023 crime statistics, on- and off-campus safety and 2024 initiatives.
Dr. Rebecca Cunningham at a press conference following a Board of Regents meeting announcing her selection. The regents discussed Friday climate action during the Meeting on March 7 and heard from a student group that requested to speak.
Regents review Cunningham’s contract, provide update on campus safety
by Alex Lassiter
Published March 10, 2024
During their March meeting, the regents also heard from their student representatives about on-campus student issues.
Dr. Rebecca Cunningham at a press conference following the Feb. 26 Board of Regents meeting.
Rebecca Cunningham named as 18th University president
by Alex Lassiter
Published February 26, 2024
The announcement was made after the Board of Regents selected finalists in mid-February and conducted public interviews on Feb. 26.
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.
UMN boot camp classes started this week on Monday.
Navigating the digital marketing landscape: UMN’s Digital Marketing Boot Camp
by Samantha Siedow
Published April 12, 2024
The College of Continuing and Professional Studies’ Digital Marketing Boot Camp offers professionals a crash course in the foundations of digital marketing.
Students watching the solar eclipse on Monday. Students viewed the April 8 solar eclipse in different ways, from viewing it at a University observatory to traveling into its path of totality for the maximum eclipse experience.
UMN students observe rare solar eclipse in Minnesota
by Amirah Razman
Published April 8, 2024

People across the country observed a rare solar eclipse on Monday with a path of totality, which provides the maximum viewing experience, spanning...

Alzheimer’s disease is a type of dementia that causes memory loss over time.
UMN's Alzheimer’s Ashe Research Lab post-fabrication claims
by Emma Walytka
Published April 11, 2024
Coming up on two years after allegations that her lab’s images were fabricated, the founding director of the N. Bud Grossman Center for Memory Research and Care addressed what changes have been made to the program.
University of Minnesota researchers highlight the inequities in period tracking apps and women in sports, while a local organization provides period kits to those in need. The organization Period Kits MN helps provide period products to community members in need through volunteering and charity donations.
UMN researchers say it’s time to destigmatize menstruation. Period.
by Emma Walytka
Published April 10, 2024
University of Minnesota researchers highlight the inequities in period tracking apps and women in sports, while a local organization provides period kits to those in need.
Graduate students and professionals chart a greener future with a new certificate in sustainability leadership.
UMN offers a Graduate Certificate in Sustainability Leadership
by Samantha Siedow
Published April 4, 2024
Bridging disciplines, the Sustainable Environmental, Social and Governance Leadership certificate was created in response to a growing demand for sustainability practice education.
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