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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.
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.”
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.
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.
Previously, USA Hockey had recommended the use of neck guards but did not mandate them nationwide.

Minnesota hockey community weighs in on new neck guard mandates

by Eitan Schoenberg
Published February 21, 2024
USA Hockey will be requiring youth, girls and junior-age classification players to wear neck guards during games.
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.
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.
Adrian Davis, the director of gospel choir, listens to his students singing on Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2024. Davis works to teach students the message behind the music and why it is important.

“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 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.
Paramore’s impact reaches far beyond their historic Grammy win this year.

Starting a “Riot!”: How contemporary Twin Cities rock bands are pushing gender boundaries

by Sommer Wagen
Published February 20, 2024
Thoughts from three local musicians on Paramore, being non-men in music and what it means to be in a successful band.

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