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Yejotework “Jote” Mulat opened Café Jote in August.

“Always dreaming and always saving:” Ethiopian coffee comes to West Bank

by Victoria Schutz
Published October 25, 2022
Café Jote meets the neighborhood’s need for more coffee and breakfast options.
Lizzo performed at Rock the Garden on June 21, 2014. Lizzo was also part of the Universitys Spring Jam line-up that year.

36 Hours in Minneapolis, Lizzo style

by Sophia Zimmerman
Published October 25, 2022
Bar La Grassa, banh mis and bowling pass the time in this weekend itinerary.
Octopuses, squid and cuttlefish, oh my!

Octopuses, squid and cuttlefish, oh my!

by Lara Boudinot
Published October 25, 2022
From prey capture to vision studies, the Wardill Lab’s students and advisor recently received recognition in the New York Times.
Episode 103: Raising voter participation on campus

Episode 103: Raising voter participation on campus

by Hana Ikramuddin and Stella Mehlhoff
Published October 21, 2022
Reporters Stella Mehlhoff and Hana Ikramuddin meet with multiple student organizations to explore how University of Minnesota students are being rallied to vote in the 2022 midterm elections.
The mural was designed by 11 local artists.

New mural brightens Edna’s Park

by Devlin Epding
Published October 12, 2022
A community event in the park hosted artists, music and food.
Episode 102: Minnesota Landscape Arboretum’s retiring director and history

Episode 102: Minnesota Landscape Arboretum’s retiring director and history

by Stella Mehlhoff
Published October 11, 2022
Arboretum Director Peter Moe plans to retire later this year. Stella Mehlhoff met with Moe and Dr. David Remucul of the Landscape Arboretum to learn the impact the Arboretum has had on both Minnesotans and state plant life.
Students and community members gathered by Coffman Union to remember Mahsa Amini.

Students mourn Mahsa Amini at vigil, stand with Iranian protesters

by Maya Marchel Hoff
Published October 4, 2022
University of Minnesota students and community members held a vigil on campus for Amini following her death after Iran’s morality police arrested her, remembering her life and protesting the Islamic regime.
Episode 101: How students navigate a new semester

Episode 101: How students navigate a new semester

by Stella Mehlhoff
Published September 23, 2022
With the fall semester finally in full swing, reporter Stella Mehlhoff met with undergraduate students to ask the simple question: "How are you feeling about this semester?'"
Episode 100: The Kalpulli KetzalCoatlicue’s show of support

Episode 100: The Kalpulli KetzalCoatlicue’s show of support

by Alberto Gomez
Published August 7, 2022
The Kalpulli KetzalCoatlicue is an Indigenous Latine dance group focused on uplifting the Minnesota Latine community by teaching and performing in honor of pre-columbian cultures.
The University of Minnesota Climate Observatory located on the UMN St. Paul Campus, captured on Monday, July 25. This facility is a cooperative climate observatory designed to accurately measure long-term changes in temperature and climate conditions.

UMN faculty members work to inform about climate patterns

by Amirah Razman
Published August 5, 2022
Using information from an on-campus weather station and events across the world, faculty members want to educate people on the consequences of changing climate patterns to be better prepared for future events.

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