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Books line the shelves of the O. Meredith Wilson Library on the West Bank on Jan. 24, 2024. The University of Minnesota provides books to their students through multiple different libraries. This also includes over 700 free to use e-books that can be accessed on their website that can be used for course materials.

Course material accessibility leads to different levels of success

by Amirah Razman
Published January 26, 2024
Some students say online course materials make learning content easier, while others say it creates an unfair advantage.
Although the festival is just under two months away, there is a month left to submit applications.

UMN Film Festival provides platform for aspiring filmmakers

by Georgia Jensen
Published January 21, 2024
Student Unions and Activities is now accepting submissions for the Festival’s second year.
The Golden Lodge in Dinkytown, owned by Dinkytown Rentals, displays an advertisement for fall 2024 leasing applications.

Housing woes not stopping students from making living decisions

by Amirah Razman
Published December 7, 2023
Despite issues surrounding landlord relationships, finances and uncertainty, students are choosing their housing for the upcoming school year.
Walter Library on East Bank wins a poll for the best study spot on campus, on Tuesday, Dec. 5, 2023.

UMN’s five best study spots for finals

by Grace Henrie
Published December 7, 2023
MN Daily polled students about their favorite study spots. Here are the results.
Students often struggle in these core classes for their major.

UMN students and faculty discuss chemistry introductory course challenges and resources

by Sophie Eydis
Published December 5, 2023
Students and faculty address both challenges and support available to students in introductory chemistry courses.
Kristin Henning speaking at the University Law Center on Nov. 28.

Author Kristin Henning speaks to UMN students about youth justice

by Amelia Roessler
Published December 4, 2023
UMN Law School hosted Kristin Henning to speak on how America criminalizes Black youth.
Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) projected “Free Palestine” in front of the Dinkytown Starbucks on Nov. 15.

Students conflicted on boycotting businesses during Israel-Palestine conflict

by Amirah Razman
Published December 4, 2023
Almost two months after Israeli bombing in the Gaza Strip began, students have opinions about a Palestinian-led movement to boycott Starbucks and McDonald’s.
International students have many options to consider during winter break.

International students weigh holiday plans, winter break travel options

by Amirah Razman
Published December 1, 2023
With winter break approaching for UMN’s international students, some choose to visit family in their home country or visit other places.
A third-year CSE student preparing to register for classes checks current enrollment in their preferred course section through the University of Minnesota’s Schedule Builder.

UMN students address class registration dilemma

by Sophie Eydis
Published November 29, 2023
Students speak out on challenges they face with spring class registration.
The University of Minnesota’s flagship audition choir, the University Singers, smiles for a photo during a rehearsal on Monday, Nov. 17. The University Singers are currently rehearsing for their upcoming winter concert, which will be held on Dec. 12 at 7:30 PM at the Jehovah Lutheran Church in St. Paul.

UMN music classes allow students to explore musical talent

by Grace Henrie
Published November 28, 2023
Music ensemble classes offer students a relaxing break.

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