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Gophers Defensiveback Benjamin St-Juste leaps for an Auburn pass at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida on Wednesday, Jan. 1. Minnesota took the bowl game with a 31-24 win over the Auburn Tigers.

NFL draft Q&A with Daniel House

Brendan O'Brien
April 28, 2021
As former Gophers Rashod Bateman and Benjamin St-Juste are preparing to hear their names called in the NFL draft, read House’s thoughts on the two prospects.
A proposed rendering of the Marcy-Holmes Southeast Ninth Street development.

New apartment building and manufacturing site proposed in Marcy-Holmes

Emalyn Muzzy
April 27, 2021
On the quiet corner of Southeast Ninth Street, a new apartment could help revive the area.
Photo curtesy of Safiya Anwar.

High school senior advocates for better mental health resources for PSEO students

Sonja Kleven
April 26, 2021
Safiya Anwar, a second-year PSEO student at the University of Minnesota and her team are hoping to make more mental health services, like Boynton therapy sessions, available to high school students in the PSEO program.
Neighborhood groups pick up trash in Van Cleve Park on Earth Day, April 21. Neighborhood groups organized the event to show their appreciation for the earth.

Neighborhood organizations clean up the parks for Earth Day

Emalyn Muzzy, City Reporter
April 26, 2021
Neighbors, students and high schoolers came together to keep their spaces free of litter.
Students participate in a protest organized by the Environmental Student Association outside of Northrop Auditorium on Thursday, April 22. The protest demanded environmental, racial, and disability justice.

Student-led Earth Day march highlights climate crisis

Samantha Woodward
April 25, 2021
Students rallied in Northrop Plaza to speak on environmental racism and protest the Line 3 pipeline in northern Minnesota.
Apparel Design student Spencer Versteeg presented his first collection at the Envision Fashion Show as part of Fashion Week MN on Saturday, Sept. 24, 2016 at Orchestra Hall in Minneapolis.

Fashion Week MN is bigger than fashion this spring season

Grace Davis
April 25, 2021
Fashion Week MN’s Team is ready to set a new precedent for Fashion Week this spring, focusing on locality, sustainability and inclusivity.
Virtual teach-in panel discusses race, policing and the criminal justice system

Virtual teach-in panel discusses race, policing and the criminal justice system

Katelyn Vue
April 23, 2021
The University of Minnesota hosted a virtual teach-in to discuss race, policing and the criminal justice system related to the Chauvin trial and beyond.
CFANS professor Job Ubbink poses for a portrait on the St. Paul campus on Thursday, April 22. Ubbink created a new course focused on the intersection between food and culture.

New CFANS course connects food and culture

Katelyn Vue, Campus Activities Reporter
April 23, 2021
The course aims to strengthen intercultural awareness through food.
The intersection of SE 13th Ave. and SE Como Ave. on Thursday, July 23.

Minneapolis Planning Commission approves a parking requirement change that may impact future developments near UMN

Emalyn Muzzy
April 22, 2021
Minneapolis is removing parking minimums and reducing parking maximums to make the city more walkable.
Megan Caswell, former Surly bartender, poses for a portrait at Sheridan Memorial Park on Saturday, April 17.

Surly to reopen after failed union effort

Lydia Morrell, City Reporter
April 22, 2021
The destination beer hall has been mired in criticism since announcing its closure two days after employees declared an intent to unionize last year.