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Car thefts, assaults and robberies are increasing after seeing declines in previous school years.

University area sees increase in robberies, assaults, car thefts

by Katrina Bailey and Chloe Bechard
Published February 29, 2024
UMPD and MPD continue to track crime and invest in public safety.
Rollicious: Nori and Rice, photographed on Feb. 28, opened on Feb. 12 next to Shuang Cheng and primarily serves sushi, onigiri and teriyaki bowls.

Rollicious: Nori and Rice rolls into Dinkytown

by Natasha Delion
Published February 28, 2024
With Rollicious’ launch in Dinkytown, long-standing businesses discuss what it is like to run a business in a highly competitive area.
Caitlin Clark is now 17 points away from breaking the NCAA all-time scoring record.

Caitlin Clark delivers dazzling performance in Minneapolis

by Alex Karwowski
Published February 28, 2024
The Hawkeyes outscored the Gophers women’s basketball team by nearly 50 points as Clark made history again.
In the future, the Committee hopes to provide a “break-even” on-campus grocery store.

New USG committee aims to tackle food insecurity on campus

by Georgia Jensen
Published February 28, 2024
The new Food Insecurity Ad-Hoc Committee is working to introduce a question about food insecurity to the campus elections ballot in March.
The subtraction of a smartphone can be an addition to your life.

Opinion: Life without a smartphone is great

by Leo Huppke
Published February 28, 2024
Ditching my iPhone was the best decision I’ve ever made.
Freshman forward Emma Kreisz has 25 points in her first year as a Gopher.

Preview: Gopher women’s hockey faces Minnesota State in WCHA playoffs

by Eitan Schoenberg
Published February 28, 2024
The Gophers are undefeated against Minnesota State since 2022.
Greene (left) and Perine Myers (right) have worked together creating public art for about six years and will base the New Nicollet piece around community engagement.

Artists selected for New Nicollet Redevelopment art installation

by Grace Aigner
Published February 28, 2024
Lori Greene and Juliette Perine Myers were selected by a city panel to lead the creation of an artwork installation for the New Nicollet Redevelopment site.
Ana Negrete (left) and Teddi Wind (right) at the Feb. 14 march.

Minnesota’s Native community raises awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous people

by Maya Bell and Alexandra DeYoe
Published February 28, 2024
Minnesota’s MMIR Office, activists and students discuss ways to raise awareness and recent events about the Native community.
While some students think spring break is early this semester, others voice wishes to have a fall break.

UMN students reflect on University breaks

by Amelia Roessler and Avery Vrieze
Published February 28, 2024
With spring break around the corner, students share their opinions on time off during the semester.
The Student Organic Farm, located on the St. Paul Campus, sits under a layer of fresh, unexpected snow. The Student Organic Farm, driven by students and reinstated post-pandemic in 2022, has recently been experiencing issues securing funding to continue their mission of providing the University with fresh produce and fostering interdisciplinary, sustainable learning.

UMN Student Organic Farm struggles to survive in financial hardship

by Amelia Roessler
Published February 27, 2024
With concerns about funding, SOF works on grants and marketing to continue its success.

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