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Serving the UMN community since 1900

The Minnesota Daily

Serving the UMN community since 1900

The Minnesota Daily


Minneapolis police car in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on Friday July 7, 2023. The CCPO was founded in 2023 to investigate complaints about police officers.

Minneapolis has spoken: Independent evaluator chosen for MPD

by Alexandra DeYoe
Published February 23, 2024
Effective Law Enforcement For All group will monitor MPD by completing the recommendations in the two consent decrees.
Annie’s is gradually reopening its dine-in services this week with an abbreviated menu.

Annie’s Parlour returns to Dinkytown

by Natasha Delion
Published February 20, 2024
Annie’s Parlour will partially open dine-in services on Thursday for food, malts and shakes.
The Marcy-Holmes/University Project and the University Neighborhood Partnership are working at the same time.

Marcy-Holmes tests out merging University housing into neighborhood association

by Katrina Bailey
Published February 19, 2024
Both neighborhoods are deciding to operate under one neighborhood association for 2024 as talks of merging continue.
With increased apartment development near campus, students have gained access to more choice of housing, dealt with a rise in landlord/tenant disputes and brought more traffic to local businesses.

“It’s complicated”: apartment development brings more business, housing options, legal disputes

by Hannah Ward
Published February 18, 2024
Increased development, mainly from management companies based outside of Minnesota, has also brought more legal dilemmas for student renters than in the past.
Visitors at the City of Minneapolis Public Service building on February 14, 2024.

Black History Month in Minneapolis: Where it began

by Katrina Bailey
Published February 15, 2024
Black History Month is in full swing with public events and a new resolution.
The Southside Battletrain during the 2023 Open Streets event in Cedar-Riverside.

Our Streets Minneapolis’ new Imagine series coming to the West Bank

by Natasha Delion
Published February 14, 2024
Our Streets Minneapolis’ Imagine series works to create conversation and promote collaboration amongst communities.
Councilmembers Wonsley, Osman and Chavez continue pushing for a rideshare driver compensation policy, hearing a presentation on potential models on Tuesday.

City Council hears models for rideshare driver minimum wage compensation

by Grace Aigner
Published February 12, 2024
After a veto from Mayor Frey, councilmembers Wonsley, Osman and Chavez continue pushing for a fortified compensation model.
Protestors at City Hall on Feb. 2, 2024 in support of a ceasefire in Palestine.

Minneapolis City Council overturns Frey’s veto

by Alexandra DeYoe
Published February 9, 2024
City Council overturned Mayor Jacob Frey’s veto of their ceasefire resolution for Gaza Thursday.
Mowlid Hassan (left) and Abdimalik Shuriye (right) pose at the Somali Student Association spring kickoff event on Jan. 29.

East African students process tensions in East Africa

by Katrina Bailey and Alexandra DeYoe
Published February 7, 2024
University student groups speak out about how they feel about the rising stress.
Several East African-owned businesses are hoping to rebuild after a fire destroyed the buildings they were located in.

East African businesses hope to rebuild after fire

by Natasha Delion
Published February 7, 2024
Several East African-owned businesses were greatly impacted by a fire on Jan. 24 and are hoping to start up their businesses again for the community.

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