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The Gophers play Ohio State as part of an outdoor game at Parade Stadium in Minneapolis on Saturday, Jan. 18. (Anna Landis / Minnesota Daily)

No. 1 Minnesota splits series with No. 5 Ohio State

by Matthew Kennedy
Published January 20, 2020

The Gophers returned to home ice during Hockey Day Minnesota and beat the Ohio State Buckeyes 2-1 on Saturday after falling in what was their worst performance of the season in a 4-1 loss the day earlier. Minnesota...

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

Tate Hall, like many other buildings on the University of Minnesota’s Twin Cities campus, is compliant with the federal Americans with Disabilities Act.  The bathrooms have accessibility stalls,...

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

After more than a decade of policy changes, extensive reports and community healing, the scars of a “tragic” and “disastrous” University of Minnesota clinical trial are still visible and will continue...

Morgan La Casse

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

by Madeline Deninger and Mohamed Ibrahim
Published November 25, 2019

University of Minnesota students may have noticed more safety alerts in their school inboxes this year. That’s because there have been. With more than a month left in 2019, the 25 campus-wide emergency...

Sarah Mai

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

by Dylan Miettinen
Published November 21, 2019

By the end of the month, all University of Minnesota students, faculty and stakeholders will be required to use dual authentication when logging onto any University server, including MyU, G Suite and Canvas.  An...

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

More often than not, University of Minnesota third-year student Madelyn Mitchell spends her free time working in the Interior Design Program's studio space. There, she drafts, draws, designs and renders,...

Middle Blocker Taylor Morgan celebrates a scored point at the Maturi Pavilion on Saturday, Oct. 19. The Gophers defeated Illinois three sets to one. 

Morgan changes her leadership approach in senior season

by Nolan O'Hara
Published October 24, 2019

Leadership comes naturally for Taylor Morgan.  Even so, the Gophers' redshirt senior middle blocker is looking to change her approach. In her final season, Morgan wants to soften her style and take...

Ben Meyers

by Julianna Landis
Published October 17, 2019

  Hockey is unique among other college athletics in that for players hoping to make it to the college game, high school or club teams are not the only answer. Throughout Canada and the United states,...

UMN students weigh in on the Trump impeachment inquiry

UMN students weigh in on the Trump impeachment inquiry

by Jasmine Snow
Published October 10, 2019

On Sept. 24, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced a formal impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump. The inquiry is a response to President Trump’s liaison with the Ukrainian president regarding...

Wil Schulz poses for a portrait in front of the University Recreation and Wellness Center on Saturday, Oct. 5, 2019. Schulz took on a parental role for his siblings and as a result found the transition to University life difficult. 

Shouldering the burden of a loved one’s addiction

by Dylan Miettinen
Published October 7, 2019

The fridge was empty when Mia Rose decided to dig between the couch cushions looking for any change that may have fallen there. She was young — only about 9 years old at the time. Walking hand-in-hand...