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Each person identified which text was written by AI correctly, citing awkward phrasing and strange word choices as indicators.

AI or not AI?

by Logan Anderson and Bianca Caputo
Published May 1, 2024
Students and faculty in the University English department picked which version of the same text was generated by artificial intelligence.
By having an option to pay one fee for all required course materials, students will be able to avoid spending money on materials, which is not always accessible to students.

New UMN program plans to make course materials more accessible

by Amirah Razman
Published May 1, 2024
Students will be able to access all of their classes’ course materials at a fixed rate starting this fall.
#WomanLifeFreedom perseveres.

How social media fueled the flames of Iran’s women’s rights revolution

by Samantha Siedow
Published May 1, 2024
Since Mahsa Jina Amini’s death sparked a women-led revolution in Iran, students and faculty reflect on social media’s role in influencing social justice movements.
Ozempic (Semaglutide), an injectable pen, is a weekly injection that helps the pancreas produce more insulin by lowering blood sugar levels.

Ozempic: UMN researchers insert their expertise

by Emma Walytka
Published May 1, 2024
What was originally created as a drug to treat type 2 diabetes has gained recent media attention around being used solely as a weight loss drug.
Jake Pinholster, the last of four finalists, met with students, staff and faculty Thursday in University Hall at the McNamara Alumni Center.

Fourth UMN College of Liberal Arts dean finalist outlines vision for college

by Logan Anderson
Published April 29, 2024
The position has been filled by Interim Dean Ann Waltner since the departure of Dean John Coleman last July.
The encampments as of Tuesday afternoon. Several buildings were closed by the University because of the protests encampments.

Coffman Union, East Bank buildings see continued closures through Thursday at noon amidst calls for “escalation” of protests

by Theo Franz, Sam Hill, and Spencer White
Published April 29, 2024
UMN closes Coffman Union, Walter Library and other campus buildings Monday afternoon amidst likely protest escalations this coming week.
The study found that the average out-of-pocket costs for mental health and substance use disorder treatments decreased by 85.6%.

UMN researcher studies effects of a 2021 New Mexico law on pharmaceuticals

by Emma Walytka and Gabrielle Erenstein
Published April 26, 2024
The law aims to prohibit cost-sharing for mental health and substance use disorder treatments.
The AICH hosts several cultural events a semester to engage students and build community.

American Indian Cultural House creates space for Indigenous first-years to adjust to college life

by Araia Breedlove
Published April 25, 2024
The AICH is the longest-running multicultural Living Learning Community, starting in 2004.
Students study in Bruininks Hall on Feb. 19, 2020.

UMN extends deadlines to May 15 due to FAFSA delays

by Sam Hill
Published April 24, 2024
FAFSA processing delays could affect current and incoming University students.
Dustin Murrows graduation photo. Teaching is only one of the many options available to students with a language degree.

The importance of Indigenous language degrees

by Araia Breedlove
Published April 24, 2024
Learning Indigenous languages is a way to connect to Indigenous cultures.

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