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University of Minnesota President Joan Gabel. Photo courtesy of Eric Miller.

Gabel’s UMN legacy

by Maya Marchel Hoff
Published May 1, 2023
After nearly four years as president, Joan Gabel leaves behind a history filled with both praise and backlash.
Sabina Isayeva is a second-year international student from Istanbul, Turkey, and has been dealing with the difficulties of having to watch the situation unfold from afar.

Turkish students, faculty lean on campus community following earthquake

by Amirah Razman
Published March 7, 2023
Students and faculty from Turkey have received support following the February earthquake in Turkey and Syria, aiding the process of difficult emotions.
Destiny Carter-Wleh was one of the University of Minnesota attendees. Photo courtesy of the American Advertising Federation.

6 UMN multicultural strat comm students nationally honored

by Emma Walytka
Published March 3, 2023
The students selected within the “Top 50 Most Promising Multicultural Students” traveled to New York City for workshops and networking.
Back row (left to right): Tanya Bailey and Henley the Silkie chicken, Yiting Li and Raven the Norwegian Forest cat, Julie Naylor and Riley the Havanese, Kara Laffin and Penny the Holland Lop bunny. 
Front row (left to right): Alison Galbraith Brown and Phoenix the Great Dane, Nan Brown and Crosby the Wheaten Terrier.

‘It’s just friendship:’ PAWS prepares to celebrate 10 years

by Henry Hagen
Published February 17, 2023
For nearly a decade, the University of Minnesota Boynton Health's Pet Away Worry and Stress program has provided students a place to connect with animals and each other and to relieve stress.
The cafe opened in 1983, and there are plans for a community-based facility to move into the building to provide services to the surrounding homeless population.

Keefer Court closes after 40 years

by Saniah Bates
Published February 6, 2023
The Chinese bakery and cafe located on West Bank has closed permanently due to the owners’ retirement plan.
The U.S. Supreme Court building on Oct. 29, 2022 in Washington D.C.

Supreme Court questions affirmative action future

by Devlin Epding
Published January 30, 2023
The end of race-conscious admissions programs could impact enrollment at the University of Minnesota as soon as next year.
Episode 107: First Gen Week honors the University’s first generation college students

Episode 107: First Gen Week honors the University’s first generation college students

by Stella Mehlhoff
Published November 22, 2022
Stella Mehlhoff spoke with first-generation college students who shared their journey to higher education.
Episode 106: Black Garnet Books opens to the public

Episode 106: Black Garnet Books opens to the public

by Hana Ikramuddin
Published November 15, 2022
As one of the only Black-owned bookstores in the state, this shop offers a selection of books written by people of color.
Episode 105: The Top Story with Devlin Epding

Episode 105: The Top Story with Devlin Epding

by Hana Ikramuddin and Alberto Gomez
Published November 12, 2022
Join Hana Ikramuddin and Alberto Gomez for In The Know's newest show, "The Top Story," where In The Know staff break down and discuss one of the Minnesota Daily's most compelling stories of the month. For the series' first episode, Devlin Epding breaks down his Nov. 8 story, "A breakdown of recent UMN-area strikes."
Episode 104: Coffee and community

Episode 104: Coffee and community

by Stella Mehlhoff
Published November 4, 2022
Stella Mehlhoff visits Black Coffee and Waffle Bar in the Como neighborhood with a simple question: what place does a coffee shop have in small communities?

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