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Members of the Universitys Synchronized Swimming Club participate in a practice session in Cooke Hall on Wednesday, March 4.

Diving in headfirst: Inside the University’s synchronized swimming club

by Helen Sabrowsky
Published March 21, 2020
In the ever-changing sport, collegiate teams lead the way.
Actress Sushma Saha tries out a new means of transportation during a break at a rehearsal for Interstate at MixedBlood Theatre on Tuesday, Feb. 18. The production, created by Kit Yan and Melissa Li, follows the experiences of two trans people, navigating a myriad of cultural issues.

Minnesota theaters welcome a first-ever ‘Jubilee’ year

by Norah Kleven
Published February 24, 2020
The national festival welcomes participants to strive for diversity during the 2020-21 theater season.
Student counseling centers across the country grapple with increased demands

Student counseling centers across the country grapple with increased demands

by Dylan Miettinen
Published February 24, 2020
Reported clients at university counseling centers have more than doubled between 2013 and 2019, according to a Center for Collegiate Mental Health report released last month.
Senior Garrett Williams poses for a portrait in the basement of his former residence in the Marcy Holmes neighborhood on Saturday, Feb. 8.  The Miles Group owned property suffered from hazardous heating equipment, a partially collapsed ceiling and an overall lack of maintenance.

With laundry list of code violations, students voice concerns with The Miles Group

by Dylan Miettinen
Published February 13, 2020
Student complaints include security deposits, safety violations and squirrels in the home.
University of Minnesota Student and Social Media Influencer Bri Flasch poses for a portrait in Downtown Minneapolis on Friday, Jan. 24. Bri seeks to inspire others through her social media presence, promoting freedom of expression through her hashtags #DoEverythingYouLove and #WearWhateverYouWant. 

Bri Flasch: behind her lens, story and style

by Alex Strangman
Published January 27, 2020
Photographer, musician, designer, influencer, student: Bri Flasch does it all.
The Tate Laboratory of Physics as seen from Church Street on Monday Sept. 11. on East Bank. The sculptures in front of the building hide scientific puzzles about the merging of physics and earth sciences.

For many, federal protections for those with disabilities are not enough

by Hana Ikramuddin
Published December 12, 2019
ADA requirements may not be enough to ensure accessibility to those on campus that need it, advocates say.
Sarah Mai

Fifteen years ago, a young man died by suicide during a University clinical trial. What has changed since?

by Michelle Griffith and Dylan Miettinen
Published December 12, 2019
The case of Dan Markingson is one that still haunts the University of Minnesota.
Morgan La Casse

Didn’t get a UMN safety notification? Here’s why.

by Madeline Deninger and Mohamed Ibrahim
Published November 25, 2019
University officials follow federal guidelines when sending campus-wide safety notifications, but some community members say that's not enough.
Sarah Mai

Locked and loaded: the University’s mechanisms for securing data

by Dylan Miettinen
Published November 21, 2019
The Daily explains everything you want to know about the U's cybersecurity.
Senior interior design student Irina Berman works in a McNeal Hall studio on Tuesday, Oct. 29. 

Interior Design Program changes lead to ongoing discussions about course work

by Dylan Miettinen
Published November 7, 2019
Discussions with students have prompted course adjustments and a monthly conversation series.

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