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Twin Cities theater company brings stage to stereo

Twin Cities theater company brings stage to stereo

Frankie Carlson

September 29, 2020

Trademark Theater prepares for the opening of a new audioplay version of their original production, “Understood.”

Distance learning prompts conversation about online exam proctoring

Distance learning prompts conversation about online exam proctoring

Evan Berg

September 27, 2020

With more students taking classes online comes more student scrutiny.

Twin Cities Book Festival goes virtual for its twentieth anniversary

Twin Cities Book Festival goes virtual for its twentieth anniversary

Nina Raemont

September 25, 2020

The great Minnesota literary get-together will feature more than three dozen authors, continuing its mission of advocacy and accessibility.

More than 90% of University’s CARES funds have been distributed

More than 90% of University’s CARES funds have been distributed

Abbey Machtig, Campus Administration Reporter

September 25, 2020

The University is distributing the funds, totaling over $35 million, to units and students that have been financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic

University announces plans for spring semester, proposes delaying spring break until April

University announces plans for spring semester, proposes delaying spring break until April

Abbey Machtig

September 24, 2020

These updates were communicated in an email sent to faculty on Thursday.

No field, no problem: UMN marching band recounts online “spat camp”

Photo Courtesy of the University of Minnesota Marching Band

Emalyn Muzzy

September 24, 2020

Members of the University of Minnesota marching band reflect on highs and lows of virtual learning as in-person instruction resumes.

New study group app simplifies connecting students across lectures

New study group app simplifies connecting students across lectures

Srilekha Garishakurti, Campus Activities Reporter

September 22, 2020

The StudyU app aims to ease the stress of being at a large university by facilitating the creation of study groups.

Weisman Art Museum set to reopen doors Oct. 1

The Weisman Art Museum stands empty on Sunday, Sept. 20, as the staff prepare for their reopening on Thursday, Oct. 1.

Nina Raemont, Arts and Entertainment Reporter

September 22, 2020

Students can check out permanent and temporary pieces and take advantage of the physical and virtual spaces now available

Almost all undergrads have acknowledged COVID-19 pop-up

Almost all undergrads have acknowledged COVID-19 pop-up

Hana Ikramuddin, Campus Administration Reporter

September 21, 2020

After students expressed surprise and concern over the statement that appeared on their MyU page, administration issued further explanation.

With rapidly approaching census deadline, UMN neighborhoods still undercounted

With rapidly approaching census deadline, UMN neighborhoods still undercounted

Lydia Morrell

September 21, 2020

University neighborhoods are reporting at some of the lowest rates in Minneapolis, and experts fear that the updated deadline will exclude student populations.