Serving the UMN community since 1900

The Minnesota Daily

Serving the UMN community since 1900

The Minnesota Daily

Serving the UMN community since 1900

The Minnesota Daily


N.Y. police officer says he accidentally ate marijuana meatballs, sues for job

Published December 5, 2007

;NEW YORK (AP) - A counterterrorism detective who says his failed drug test came because his wife had spiked his meatballs with marijuana has filed a lawsuit to get his job back. Anthony Chiofalo asked...

Teacher’s arrest raises free speech issues

Published December 5, 2007
It is unclear if a pro-Columbine comment was meant as sarcasm or as a threat.

Statesmen call for Darfur cease-fire, U.N.-AU forces

Published December 5, 2007

.JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (AP) - Veteran statesmen including former President Jimmy Carter appealed Tuesday for an immediate cease-fire in Darfur and called on the Sudanese government to drop all obstacles...

Putin’s party crushes opposition at polls

Published December 3, 2007
The United Russian win would be a boon for Putin, who must step down as president.

Hamas casts long shadow over Israeli-Palestinian peace talks

Published December 3, 2007

>GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) - Hamas is casting a long shadow over Israeli-Palestinian peace talks. Although weakened by harsh economic sanctions and feeling more isolated after last week's Mideast peace...

In wake of tragedy, Virginia Tech and others still uneasy

Published April 19, 2007
"I was shocked and appalled," Bruininks said. "I can't think of a more tragic event."

U professor calls for draft to promote international relations

Published February 6, 2007
Mandatory volunteer work could also encourage more civic engagement.

Groundhog Day celebrates winter outlook for 121st time

Published February 2, 2007
Traditionally, if he sees his shadow, it will lead to six more weeks of winter.

U.S. food terrorism grant up for renewal

Published October 18, 2006

Now in its third year, the University's National Center for Food Protection and Defense has aided the government in fighting agroterrorism, a form of bioterrorism that affects food supplies. Despite the...

Students react to Bush’s re-election as president

by Jason Juno
Published November 4, 2004

Democratic challenger Sen. John Kerry conceded to President George W. Bush on Wednesday, leaving some students to reflect on a long campaign and what might happen in the next four years. "I did what I...

Accessibility Toolbar

Comments (0)

All The Minnesota Daily Picks Reader Picks Sort: Newest